Definition of palatable
1. Pleasing to the taste, tasty.
2. Tolerable, acceptable.
The agreement was palatable to both of them.
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As a result, they have two Mercedes in the yard and shops are full of produce which is neither palatable nor cheap.
But it also adds up to some of us within this House having to take decisions, which previously were not palatable.
Mr Blair hopes that he can reform the European Union in order to make it more palatable to the people.
That is not always going to be very palatable in the United States but it is in both our long-term interests.
Rejection may not be palatable, but it must be faced.
People are looking for a new way to render an approach that our citizens do not want to accept more palatable them.
Salt is added to a number of foodstuffs, such as bread, to enhance the flavour and to make the texture more palatable.
Many airlines are working to make their food more palatable.
A huge breakfast with more than 100 sweet and savoury temptations and a lunch & dinner buffet with a refined choice of palatable appetizers, fresh seasonable vegetables, very colourful courses and confectionery filled with fantasy.
All right, But I'm given to understand that when you have something awkward to discuss with someone, it's more palatable to preface it with banal chit chat.