adjective, sa·vour·i·er, sa·vour·i·est, noun, plural sa·vour·ies.
Definition for savoury (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 savoury
Now that my mind was at ease, I sat me down by the fire near which a savoury smell of supper arose.The Gypsy's Parson|George Hall
The missionary was making corn cake which presently was baking in the ashes, and giving forth a savoury odour.The Man of the Desert|Grace Livingston Hill
It is a testament of light-hearted youth, savoury with the unindentured joys of twenty-one and the grand literary passion.Shandygaff|Christopher Morley
Plateful after plateful of stewed meat and potatoes, steaming and savoury, disappeared.Our Casualty And Other Stories|James Owen Hannay, AKA George A. Birmingham
Nothing could induce her to eat a morsel, though their own food was savoury enough.A Noble Queen (Volume I of 3)|Philip Meadows Taylor