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Use "tast" in a sentence
"Phlegme of mixt Bodies must be reputed water, because so weak a tast needs but a very small proportion of Salt to impart it; It may be reply'd, that for ought appears, common Salt and divers other bodies, though they be distill'd never so dry, and in never so close Vessels, will yield each of them pretty store of a Liquor, wherein though (as I lately noted) Saline Corpuscles abound, Yet there is besides a large proportion of Phlegme, as may easily be discovered by coagulating the"
"This suggests that an older spelling may have been "tast" since the word comes into English from Old French "tast.""
"My first tast of science fiction was Heinlein's "Have Spacesuit, Will Travel" when I was in my teens - circa 1960."