palate vs palette

palate palette

Definitions

  • 1) Anatomy The roof of the mouth; the uraniscus.
  • 2) The sense of taste.
  • 3) Botany The projecting part on the lower lip of a bilabiate corolla that closes the throat, as in a snapdragon.
  • 4) The roof of the mouth in vertebrates having a complete or partial separation of the oral and nasal cavities and consisting of the hard palate and the soft palate.
  • 5) The sense of taste.
  • 6) (Anat.) The roof of the mouth.
  • 7) Mental relish; intellectual taste.
  • 8) (Bot.) A projection in the throat of such flowers as the snapdragon.
  • 9) Relish; taste; liking; -- a sense originating in the mistaken notion that the palate is the organ of taste.
  • 10) the upper surface of the mouth that separates the oral and nasal cavities
  • 11) Taste; relish: from the idea that the palate is the organ of taste.
  • 12) In entomology, the epipharynx, a fleshy lobe beneath the labrum.
  • 13) The power of relishing mentally; intellectual taste.
  • 14) In botany, the projection of the lower lip of a personate corolla, more or less completely closing the throat, as in Linaria and Antirrhinum.
  • 15) The roof of the mouth and floor of the nose; the parts, collectively considered, which separate the oral from the nasal cavity.
  • 16) obsolete To perceive by the taste.

Definitions

  • 1) A thin board on which a painter lays and mixes colours.
  • 2) computing, graphical user interface A visual selection of colours, tools, commands, etc.
  • 3) The range of colors in a given work or item or body of work.
  • 4) A plate of armour covering the points of junction at the bend of the shoulders and elbows.
  • 5) A board, typically with a hole for the thumb, which an artist can hold while painting and on which colors are mixed.
  • 6) Any similar set of elements or qualities, such as musical notes, used in a medium, in a composition, or by an artist.
  • 7) The range of colors used in a visual medium, in a picture, or by an artist.
  • 8) The complete range of resources and techniques used in any art, such as music.
  • 9) (Anc. Armor) One of the plates covering the points of junction at the bend of the shoulders and elbows.
  • 10) (Mech.) A breastplate for a breast drill.
  • 11) (Paint.) A thin, oval or square board, or tablet, with a thumb hole at one end for holding it, on which a painter lays and mixes his pigments. Hence, any other object, usually one with a flat surface, used for the same purpose.
  • 12) (Paint.) to lay upon it the required pigments in a certain order, according to the intended use of them in a picture.
  • 13) The complete set of colors used by an artist or other person in creating an image, in any medium. The meaning of this term has been extended in modern times to include the set of colors used in a particular computer application, or the complete set of of colors available in computer displays or printing techniques.
  • 14) a knife with a very flexible steel blade and no cutting edge, rounded at the end, used by painters to mix colors on the grinding slab or palette.
  • 15) the range of colour characteristic of a particular artist or painting or school of art
  • 16) board that provides a flat surface on which artists mix paints and the range of colors used
  • 17) one of the rounded armor plates at the armpits of a suit of armor
  • 18) A small plate protecting the gusset of the armor.
  • 19) The set of colors or pigments available for one class or character of work; the set of colors which a painter has on his palette when painting a picture: thus, in ceramics the under-glaze palette is much more limited than the over-glaze.
  • 20) In medicine: A light wooden spatula used for percussion in massage.
  • 21) A thin usually oval or oblong board or tablet with a hole for the thumb at one end, on which a painter lays his pigments when painting.
  • 22) In ornithology, a parrot of the genus Prioniturus: so called from the conformation of the tail.
  • 23) In metal-working, a breastplate against which a person leans to furnish pressure for the hand-drill.
  • 24) In entomology, a disk-shaped organ formed by three dilated tarsal joints which are closely united.
  • 25) In conchology, see pallet, 10.
  • 26) A light splint for the hand.

Examples

  • 1) Though I could feel my palate shape the syllables, and my breath expel them, the passageway refused to hear them uttered.
  • 2) It was easy to imagine that the taste of Veronica would linger long on the palate, and Francis pitied John a great deal.
  • 3) His throat felt raw from howling and his tongue and palate were dry, but he refrained from drinking seawater.
  • 4) ‘Forty percent of head and neck cancers occur in the oral cavity, including the tongue, floor of the mouth, palate, lips and oropharynx.’
  • 5) ‘This surgery involves drawing tissue from either side of the mouth to rebuild the palate and requires two or three nights in the hospital, the first night in the intensive care unit.’
  • 6) ‘The palate is defined anatomically as the roof of the mouth.’
  • 7) ‘Hearing may be affected because the muscles of the palate affect the ear, making the child more likely to develop ‘glue ear’.’
  • 8) ‘Some afferent fibres from the epiglottis, palate and pharynx also reach the brainstem via the vagus nerve.’
  • 9) ‘Lesions of the oral mucosa may be seen on the gingiva, buccal mucosa, palate, tongue, and lips.’
  • 10) ‘Examples of multifactorial disorders include cleft lip and palate, neural tube defects and pyloric stenosis.’
  • 11) ‘The poison can cause a fast heart or a paralyzed palate with fluids regurgitated through the nose.’
  • 12) ‘A palate is in the roof of the mouth and gives a person the ability to distinguish and appreciate different tastes and flavours.’
  • 13) ‘Cold material moving across your palate and the back of your throat is what brings on this type of headache.’
  • 14) ‘In contrast, patients who had very large tonsils and a short palate experienced an 80% success rate with intervention.’
  • 15) ‘Also common is torus palatinus, a slow growing, asymptomatic, benign bony lump in the midline of the palate.’
  • 16) ‘The aroma through the hind palate tingled the nose delightfully.’
  • 17) ‘There are also numerous small teeth on the palate (vomers, palatines and pterygoids).’
  • 18) ‘It causes cracks in the corners of the mouth and white patches on the tongue, palate, lips, and insides of the cheeks.’
  • 19) ‘Her palatines supply an additional row of teeth and the pterygoids almost complete the roof of the palate.’
  • 20) ‘At the minimum, one surgery is needed to repair the lip and a separate surgery is needed to repair the palate.’
  • 21) ‘Children with cleft lips or palates are given the chance to have the deformity corrected.’
  • 22) ‘Cleft lips and palates are classified as what is called a multifactorial condition.’
  • 23) ‘After this, I brush the upper palate of my mouth, brush and scrape my tongue, and use my alcohol-free mouth-wash.’
  • 24) ‘This north Indian food festival has the essential ingredients to suit different palates.’
  • 25) ‘In the past, children's palates were trained to appreciate different kinds of flavours in different societies through eating together with adults.’
  • 26) ‘The Spanish palate is different than the Mexican palate; though the two countries share the same tongue they have different tastes.’
  • 27) ‘Foodies who long for something truly different to excite their palates have a treat in store with ‘The Flavours of India’ food festival on at Sonargaon, Taj Bengal on November 4.’
  • 28) ‘This is an ideal time to educate their palates to appreciate a wide variety of foods.’
  • 29) ‘For adventurous palates, international flavour comes with Norwegian salmon (cooked in the local style if you wish), oysters, octopus and clams.’
  • 30) ‘Methanol is great because it ups the alcohol content and also adds a subtle flavour detectable only by the distinguished palate.’
  • 31) ‘One should surely understand that wines of this calibre are naturally for those who not only have a thick wallet but also possess an educated palate to appreciate them.’
  • 32) ‘Understandably though, visitors, many of them wealthy statesiders with sophisticated palates, want a change and to eat out.’
  • 33) ‘It might be tatty and simply too disorderly for sophisticated European palates.’
  • 34) ‘Today, however, the British palate is more sophisticated, and pubs have risen to the challenge of satisfying it.’
  • 35) ‘Nutrition for the family is the keyword rather than gourmet for a sophisticated palate.’
  • 36) ‘In popular parlance, at least, the image of the internet user shares much with the image of the nerd, suggesting a cerebral, solitary enthusiast with a sophisticated palate.’
  • 37) ‘As it was a seafood evening, we paid particular attention to that side of the buffet, and there were again more than just a few choices, with many items presented in different ways, to suit all palates.’
  • 38) ‘Parts of this spread cater to more sophisticated palates - those oysters on the half-shell, for instance, with a rice vinegar, cilantro, shallot, and jalapeño sauce.’
  • 39) ‘As I have started getting their palates used to more sophisticated choices than macaroni-n-cheese, they have started requesting recipes that are not your typical kid fare.’
  • 40) ‘I think you're going to see that trend continue as people's palates become more sophisticated.’
  • 41) ‘We whetted our palates with two flavoured varieties, a bison grass and a sweeter sorb apple.’
  • 42) ‘Somebody with immense talent and an excellent palate has put this drink together.’
  • 43) ‘Not all great books are able to speak to us before we have done the work to ready our intellect and literary palates for them, but many are.’
  • 44) ‘This is a lovely medium sweet wine with a luscious palate of lemon squash and lime with a crisp mineral finish.’
  • 45) ‘This is a fresh unoaked style with plenty of weight on the palate, zingy acidity and flavours of apples and pears.’
  • 46) ‘Other suitors for venison include English old ales, with their rich, round, malty palates; and American brown ales, weighing in with caramel and chocolate flavors.’
  • 47) ‘This wine has a palate of intense ripe fruit, grippy tannin and an epic, evolving and surprisingly savoury finish.’
  • 48) ‘Steely, muscular and intense, this is a brooding wine with a palate of strawberries and a rich finish.’
  • 49) ‘The palate is flavourless and once swallowed the wine kicks back with unbearable acidity.’
  • 50) ‘Ruby-red in colour, this sloe gin is a real snuggle-up-on-the-sofa drink, delivering a moreish palate with flavours similar to black cherries.’
  • 51) ‘Neat, it delivers a rounded middle palate, but the rubbery flavour is disgusting.’
  • 52) ‘The mid palate is light but the finish is warm and well balanced.’

Examples

  • 1) Use a palette knife to flatten the top of each piece so that they appear smooth.
  • 2) Bring the dough together with a palette knife first and then by hand.
  • 3) Make the rest of your palette tawny, brown and bronze.
  • 4) What is the colour palette?
  • 5) Or the white and smooth stuff - concrete offers a varied palette of colours, textures and finishes.
  • 6) This is particularly true of the restricted musical palette of pop music.
  • 7) Using a feminine colour palette was important.
  • 8) The darker palette was suited to his recent upheavals.
  • 9) With our new launches we wanted to build a meaningful palette around that grey.
  • 10) Tip in the egg yolk and distribute using a palette knife.
  • 11) The finishing touch to a neutral colour palette.
  • 12) Many are in a palette of greys and some are monochrome.
  • 13) Spoon the mixture carefully over the bananas and spread with a palette knife to smooth the top.
  • 14) His palette of colours is bold and rich.
  • 15) Smooth the top using a palette knife.
  • 16) He mixes browns rather than having the earth colours on his palette.
  • 17) Pour the mixture into the lined tin and smooth with a palette knife.
  • 18) There are hints of art deco design paired with a neutral colour palette in dark and light contrasts.
  • 19) The key is to go with plants that like the same conditions and then pick a particular colour palette.
  • 20) The neutral colours in this palette suit all skin tones and blend easily to contour the brow and colour lids.
  • 21) Using sweeping scoops with a palette knife, mix the fat into the flour.
  • 22) I think of it like an artist with a palette.
  • 23) This subtle grey palette is a favourite: old iron, lime grey and milk.
  • 24) They come in a cool palette of greys, blues, yellow and white.
  • 25) It may prove as compelling a palette of greys as Line of Duty.
  • 26) There are many ways to be deep in art, but the least effective and convincing is to pack your palette with browns and head for the fog.
  • 27) The colouring is sombre: a palette of deep browns and dark reds, highlighted here and there with touches of white for linen and lace cuffs.
  • 28) You don't have to do much mixing on the palette, and you can be as aggressive as you like pushing the pastel into the canvas.
  • 29) In the past, I designed some pretty minimal gardens made up of mostly hard surfaces and a restricted palette of plants.
  • 30) I don't think the darkness relates to anything, it's just randomly selecting colors from a palette (in this case, the palette is all shades of gray). scifijazznik
  • 31) And you can always expand what I call your palette.
  • 32) The subtle colour palette is another layer in the creation of a calm and relaxing area for catching up with work or with after party guests.
  • 33) The color palette is either peaceful or very bold, depending on the interior they will serve.
  • 34) The color palette is cheerful, yet subtle and tasteful.
  • 35) The color palette is not too flashy, nor too dull, creating a perfect balance.
  • 36) I don't think ALL films should be 3d or ever will be, but to say it's not a legitimate tool in the filmmaker's palette is just stupid.
  • 37) The color palette is various and we also tried to find some kitchen designs that featured a certain theme.
  • 38) The color palette is diverse, ranging from white to strong red.
  • 39) ‘The artist's easel, paint box, palettes, paintbrushes and dried tubes of paint occupied a corner.’
  • 40) ‘The inventory of the contents of his studio made for probate purposes after his death lists a few standard items of equipment - easels, palettes, canvases - but nothing to hint at any unusual working method.’
  • 41) ‘The portrait is dominated by her own image, holding a palette and a paintbrush in her hands.’
  • 42) ‘With the rain keeping away for the day, the children, armed with drawing boards, paint, brushes and palettes, waited patiently for the 2002 edition of the competition to commence.’
  • 43) ‘Every one also has easels standing tall, accompanied by a weathered table speckled with paint and sporting a paintbox and palettes.’
  • 44) ‘At first sight, his canvases resemble palettes and drop cloths rather than finished compositions.’
  • 45) ‘Consequently Seurat did not mix the colors on his palette, but rather put little tiny spots of complementary color pigments on the canvas.’
  • 46) ‘His minimalist style of drawing and limited palette of colours are far from painterly, however.’
  • 47) ‘In this, the colour palette is darker and the drawings simpler and more stylised.’
  • 48) ‘Its restrained palette, the sinuous, loopy drawing, and the interplay of seemingly simple forms and planes present a highly cerebral visual game.’
  • 49) ‘In 1626 he moved to Leiden, where he painted vanitas subjects and increasingly adopted the monochrome palette of Haarlem still-life painters.’
  • 50) ‘His palette drew from nature: heavy, dense ochres, browns, taupes and alizarin crimson.’
  • 51) ‘Underlit by a blanket of fine coral sand, the colour of the ocean has the tropical palette of a Paul Gauguin painting and its turquoise-spearmint hues never dull with repeat viewing.’
  • 52) ‘Japanese watercolours shown at Far East exhibitions in Paris in the late nineteenth century affected the compositions and palettes of Matisse, Whistler, and Degas.’
  • 53) ‘Rouault trained with Matisse at Moreau's academy and exhibited with the Fauves, but his palette of colors and profound subject matter place him as an early, if isolated Expressionist.’
  • 54) ‘In the meantime, as you try to make up your mind, the striking palette and stylized figures are more than sufficient to hold your attention.’
  • 55) ‘If I were an artist, the colours on my palette would be browns, ochres and purples.’
  • 56) ‘The colour palette encompasses charcoal greys, tawny autumnal greens, silver and white.’
  • 57) ‘The reduced colour in this painting already reveals McCahon's sympathy for a monochrome palette.’
  • 58) ‘The palettes of these French artists, as well as the time the Scotsmen spent in the brilliant light of the south of France, had an important and lasting effect on their work.’
  • 59) ‘The colour palette is primarily pastel - baby pink, sherbet lemon, ice blue and lilac, with a splash of vibrant red in the suit range.’
  • 60) ‘When translated into watercolor on silk, her paintings retain both the muted palette and slightly wrinkled texture of the leaf collages.’
  • 61) ‘The colour palette includes subdued beiges, burgundies and charcoal blues on high-back chairs and sectional wall panels.’
  • 62) ‘Later, however, he turned to oil on canvas; his palette became lighter, with an emphasis on yellows.’
  • 63) ‘The rendering is so precise that these gouaches - each in a dominant palette of blues, greens, yellows or pinks - could pass for digital prints.’
  • 64) ‘Her early work consisted mostly of impressionistic nudes and still lifes painted with a bold palette.’
  • 65) ‘Lavishness of decoration, mastery of execution, expansion of palettes with mixed colours are some of the characteristics of Assam's manuscript paintings.’
  • 66) ‘His dazzling virtuosity and sweeping tonal palette made the music truly live.’
  • 67) ‘His musical palette constantly overflows with colour, never garish yet sometimes opulent and sometimes sombre.’
  • 68) ‘She manages beautifully subtle shifts in tempo without crossing over into the soupy, and she applies a large palette of tonal color tastefully.’
  • 69) ‘The composer uses an identical palette of instrumental colourings for his glorious finale.’
  • 70) ‘This recently coined term describes bands that despite obvious rock influences produce music displaying a wider palette of musical styles.’
  • 71) ‘Her melting tonal palette seemed to redefine the music.’
  • 72) ‘Nield essayed the daunting, high lying solo flute line with brilliance and a lustrous tonal palette.’
  • 73) ‘Raff uses colour and has a fine palette that makes the music all the more attractive especially in the final Allegro.’
  • 74) ‘The multicolored palette of a full symphony orchestra has been the perfect instrument to give voice to musical evocations of this Mediterranean land.’
  • 75) ‘Here, the composer shows you his emotional and musical palette at its widest, if not its deepest.’
  • 76) ‘Aficianados of Spanish music also enjoy some of the orchestral music, but this often turns out to be reworkings, within a larger palette, of piano music.’
  • 77) ‘But in the end he realized that was another way he was being manipulated, his music put into a box, his musical palette circumscribed.’
  • 78) ‘The Zehetmair Quartet has a huge tonal palette available, and uses it all as it strives to make Schumann's scores live for us.’
  • 79) ‘Nothing about Cathy could hide unnoticed, appear in muted pastels, or be restricted to the palette between pianissimo and mezzo piano.’
  • 80) ‘Perhaps the rich palette of musical veins gushing out in Beloslava's songs are in some way connected to the many countries she has visited.’
  • 81) ‘Just as music has steadily extended its harmonic and dynamic palettes, so the normal range of tempos has probably grown.’
  • 82) ‘I grew up with my grandparents and their old-timey music, and my mom and dad were swingers in London in the '60s; they tried to broaden my musical palette.’
  • 83) ‘He's also broadened his musical palette to include horns and passages of distorted guitar.’
  • 84) ‘The mono soundtrack likewise shows its age, with a thin, tinny aural palette and a woefully underequalized dialogue track.’
  • 85) ‘Many artists offer a wide-ranging palette of styles and sound treatments.’
  • 86) ‘The first lesson details the basics, such as the minimum requirements, and customising the work area, palettes and user interface.’
  • 87) ‘For example, using tool palettes, users can apply the Door tool to openings, windows and door and window assemblies, converting those objects to door objects.’
  • 88) ‘As I mentioned before, most of the useful tools are available as tabbed palettes, and this includes several image transformation tools.’
  • 89) ‘This program allows the developer to create user interfaces quickly from a palette of standard objects.’
  • 90) ‘A component is brought into a container, or user interface area, from a component palette.’
  • 91) ‘As a CAD manager, have you ever wanted to turn off the ability of your team to customize toolbars and palettes?’
  • 92) ‘It's a challenge to capture many features in just a screenshot or two, but you can see some of the widget palettes, properties, notebooks and method editors.’
  • 93) ‘The 2004 update uses the tool palettes menu interface system introduced with Architectural Desktop.’
  • 94) ‘Tool palettes provide centralized access to commonly used design tools.’
  • 95) ‘If the artist can't figure out how SVGA palettes work, it's the programmer who writes a color-reducing and palette-matching utility.’
  • 96) ‘Click on the ‘Magic Wand’ tool and highlight the ‘shape copy’ layer in the layer palette.’
  • 97) ‘In the expert palette toolbar everything can be customised.’
  • 98) ‘The Transitions and Effects palettes list all the available effects on one side and then offer a selection of pre-defined possibilities on the other.’
  • 99) ‘The reason for this is that Mac computers and PC's both use completely different color palettes.’
  • 100) ‘The graphical interface is very flexible, featuring multiple windows, tear-off tool palettes, and virtually unlimited Undo and Redo functions.’
  • 101) ‘These include such topics as histogram information, suggested palettes for low-color displays, fractal-image support and pixel calibration.’
  • 102) ‘If you choose to use colors on your web pages from the web smart or unsafe color palettes, always view your pages on different browsers.’
  • 103) ‘I found it easy to mistake the frames palette for the layers palette when creating an animation.’
  • 104) ‘See how web colour palettes change with colourblindness using Cal's Color Vision.’
  • 105) ‘So, here's a neat widget to work out safe web colour palettes.’
  • 106) ‘Armed with a palette of theatrical makeup and prosthetic pieces, I've made a horrific mess of Bryan's face.’
  • 107) ‘I used the full eyeshadow palette that I got for my wedding day.’
  • 108) ‘I open her makeup box and one palette calls out to me.’
  • 109) ‘For this manicure you will need a wedge makeup sponge, a palette, and a glitter polish.’
  • 110) ‘By simple and natural, I mean your makeup palette should be suited to your complexion and should change with each season.’
  • 111) ‘A makeup palette is used to hold makeup that is scraped or removed.’
  • 112) ‘A special nonskin color undermakeup to cancel unwanted facial tones is a first step to a beautifully balanced makeup palette.’
  • 113) ‘A makeup palette box or clear plastic stackable, though they are not actually makeup kits, do to some extent function in that way since they contain a number of colors.’
  • 114) ‘In the world of beauty, nothing is more practical than a makeup palette.’
  • 115) ‘Do you want a glamourous, limited edition makeup palette from Urban Decay?’
  • 116) ‘This is mock example.’
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