- a spongelike cake leavened with yeast, baked in a ring mold, and often soaked with a rum syrup.
Origin of savarin
1875–80; < French, named after Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (died 1826), French politician and gourmet
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Examples from the Web for savarin
Savarin gained, the best of them will be proud of being his associates.
Graham gazed at her intently, and then turned his eyes on Savarin.
"That is a secret which I do not know myself," answered Savarin.
Petitions to be introduced to her acquaintance were showered upon Savarin.
Savarin understood that look, and replied to it courteously.