savoury

[sey-vuh-ree] Chiefly British.
adjective, savourier, savouriest, noun, plural savouries.
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savoury or savory (ˈseɪvərɪ)
 
adj
1.  attractive to the sense of taste or smell
2.  salty or spicy; not sweet: a savoury dish
3.  pleasant
4.  respectable
 
n , -vouries
5.  a savoury dish served as an hors d'oeuvre or dessert
 
[C13 savure, from Old French savouré, from savourer to savour]
 
savory or savory
 
adj
 
n
 
[C13 savure, from Old French savouré, from savourer to savour]
 
'savourily or savory
 
adv
 
'savorily or savory
 
adv
 
'savouriness or savory
 
n
 
'savoriness or savory
 
n

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Example sentences
Garlic used in cookery loses much of its sting while adding piquancy to soups and savoury dishes.
It is eaten as a savoury dish, either on the side or as a main meal.
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