adjective, sa·vour·i·er, sa·vour·i·est, noun, plural sa·vour·ies.
Definition for savouries (2 of 2)
adjective, sa·vor·i·er, sa·vor·i·est.
noun, plural sa·vor·ies.
Origin of savory1
SYNONYMS FOR savory
Related formssa·vor·i·ly, adverbsa·vor·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for savouries
But a 'tea' in the north country depends for distinction, not on its solids or its savouries, but on its sweets.Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
This saves much time and labour and answers better for flavouring soups, gravies, or savouries of any kind.A Comprehensive Guide-Book to Natural, Hygienic and Humane Diet|Sydney H. Beard
The sweets were cold, and she got in the savouries, and sometimes an ice pudding.Lady Cassandra|Mrs George de Horne Vaizey
Savouries, when possible, should be eaten with a fork, but occasionally a knife also is of imperative use.Manners and Rules of Good Society|Anonymous
But she is limited, very limited, and entrées and savouries are the two things in which I cannot entirely trust her.A Duet|Arthur Conan Doyle