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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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lacking stimulating characteristics — especially in the flavor of food
  • What turned his stomach was people who took one sip of wine and glanced expertly at the corner of the room and passed judgment with the greatest solemnity, as if the head of the winemaker hung on their sentence—"nutty," or "tart," or "bland," or "smooth," or some other perfectly obvious designation of a perfectly obvious, wholly unimportant sensation.
    14 — The Wilderness (53% in)

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