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22 results for UMAMI

22 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for UMAMI.

DateGridClueAuthor
Thu Nov 14, 201953DTaste that's not sweet, sour, bitter or salty (3)Alex Eaton-Salners
Tue Oct 15, 201960ATaste that is neither sweet nor salty nor sour nor bitterJulie Bérubé
Thu Oct 3, 201934ATaste common to tomatoes and seaweedRicky Cruz
Sun Aug 18, 2019106DSavory taste (2)David Steinberg
Sat Jun 29, 20192DSavory sensation (2)Kameron Austin Collins
Thu Apr 25, 201941DRich, savory flavorJon Olsen
Tue Jan 1, 201925DSavory taste (2)Gary Cee
Wed Nov 7, 20182DSo-called "fifth taste"Timothy Polin
Tue Aug 7, 201828ASavory taste of MSGAlex Eaton-Salners
Wed Jun 20, 201846DTaste qualityJeffrey Wechsler
Tue Mar 20, 201817APrized taste in ramenAndrew Zhou
Sun Feb 4, 201832DFifth category of taste with a Japanese nameDavid Levinson Wilk
Wed Jul 13, 201612DSavory sensation (2)Tom McCoy
Thu Mar 17, 201655DSavory qualityDavid Woolf
Sun Jun 28, 201567DTaste that's not sweet, sour, bitter or salty (3)Jeremy Newton
Thu May 28, 201546D"Savoriness," in JapaneseJeff Chen
Fri Mar 6, 201547DSupposed "fifth taste"David Phillips
Tue Apr 29, 20142DOne of the five basic tastesJules P. Markey
Wed Aug 7, 201329ATaste whose name means "savoriness" in JapaneseErik Wennstrom
Thu Nov 15, 201262AOne of the five major taste sensationsAndrew Reynolds
Tue Aug 21, 201253DTaste that's not sweet, sour, bitter or salty (3)Josh Knapp
Sun Jul 27, 200848DProposed "fifth taste," which means "savory" in JapaneseMike Nothnagel and David Quarfoot