noun Chiefly British.
Examples from the Web for saveloy
Lisa, still absent-minded, gave her the black-pudding and slices of saveloy.The Fat and the Thin|Emile Zola
You were welcomed to his venison when he had it—his present saveloy was equally at your service.
Saveloy, a kind of sausage; French cervelas, from its containing brains.The Battle of the Bays|Owen Seaman
He had breakfasted off a saveloy; we saw on a plate, with some crumbs of bread, the remains of that too familiar delicacy.Z. Marcas|Honore de Balzac
Saveloy, sav′e-loi, n. a kind of sausage made of meat chopped and seasoned, orig.