Each firm, moist piece packs a provocative sweet and savory punch.
I thought it was narratively satisfying—but it was not so savory.
The savory smell of stewed meat drifts through the cold air.
Top it with sweet and savory goop, and proclaim a new era in the world of pizza.
The flavors beguile the palate, at once salty and sweet, light and rich, savory and refreshing.
A Puritan would have found it savory, even where it was unsound.
There was, indeed, but little said, but the words were savory and Scriptural.
There was brought to the cellarer a savory caudle in a silver bowl borne on a tray of the same metal.
Wine is usually optional in savory dishes; it gives richness only.
So one day he told him to go into the field and kill a deer and make some savory meat, and then he would bless him.
"pleasing in taste or smell," c.1200, from Old French savore "tasty, flavorsome" (Modern French savouré), past participle of savourer "to taste" (see savor (n.)).
aromatic mint, late 14c., perhaps an alteration of Old English sæþerie, which is ultimately from Latin satureia "savory (n.)," a foreign word in Latin. But early history of the word suggests transmission via Old French savereie. In either case, the form of the word probably was altered by influence of the Middle English or Old French form of savory (adj.).