adjective see savor I

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  • Savorous — Sa vor*ous ( [u^]s), a. [Cf. F. savoureux, OF. saveros, L. saporosus. Cf. {Saporous}, and see {Savor}, n.] Having a savor; savory. [Obs.] Rom. of R. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • savorous — See savorer. * * * …   Universalium

  • savorous — adjective a) flavorful b) savory, tasty Ant: flavorless, savorless …   Wiktionary

  • savorous — sa·vor·ous …   English syllables

  • savorous — /ˈseɪvərəs/ (say sayvuhruhs) adjective Chiefly US having savour; savoury …   Australian English dictionary

  • savorous — …   Useful english dictionary

  • English words first attested in Chaucer — Contents 1 Etymology 2 List 2.1 Canterbury Tales General Prologue …   Wikipedia

  • savor — I. noun also savour Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French savur, from Latin sapor, from sapere to taste more at sage Date: 13th century 1. the taste or smell of something 2. a particular flavor or smell 3. a distinctive quality • savorless …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • savor — savorer, n. savoringly, adv. savorless, adj. savorous, adj. /say veuhr/, n. 1. the quality in a substance that affects the sense of taste or of smell. 2. a particular taste or smell. 3. distinctive quality or property. 4. power to excite or… …   Universalium

  • unctuous — adjective a) Oily or greasy. In a word, after being tried out, the crisp, shrivelled blubber, now called scraps or fritters, still contains considerable of its unctuous properties. b) Rich, lush, intense, with layers of concentrated, soft,… …   Wiktionary

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