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flavour

[ fley-ver ]
/ ˈfleɪ vər /
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noun Chiefly British.
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usage note for flavour

See -or1.
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British Dictionary definitions for flavour

flavour

US flavor

/ (ˈfleɪvə) /

noun
verb
(tr) to impart a flavour, taste, or quality to

Derived forms of flavour

flavourer or US flavorer, nounflavourless or US flavorless, adjectiveflavoursome or US flavorsome, adjective

Word Origin for flavour

C14: from Old French flaour, from Late Latin flātor (unattested) bad smell, breath, from Latin flāre to blow
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