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palatable

[pal′ətəbəl]
Etymology: L, palatum, palate
pleasant to the taste.

palatable

(păl′ăt-ă-b'l) [L. palatum, palate]
Pleasing to the palate or taste, as food.
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To palatably explain the legislation, "you have to try and get out what it is in one breath--because if you don't, then nobody listens to you.
Because the concept of good faith incorporates efficiency concerns, one can more palatably argue for a more correct application of good faith or, at most, an alternative conception of good faith.
An alumnus of "Saturday Night Live," he tries too hard to make his material palatably up-to-date and is not above giving his audience an intrusive poke when he fears we may not get the point.
Once Cockburn started exploring and divining the awful truths of the world around him, the challenge was to present his findings in a palatably musical fashion.
On the diet, you eat small meals throughout the day, with some protein at every meal, plenty of fruit and vegetables and take cod liver oil, whether it's as a supplement or more palatably in salmon.