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Word: savory

Definition: pleasant in taste; tasty; pleasing, attractive, or agreeable; Ex. savory reputation


Sentences Containing 'savory'

A savory Italian version consists of puff pastry filled with spinach, cheese or pesto, among other things.
Chamoy refers to a variety of savory sauces and condiments in Mexican cuisine made from pickled fruit.
Dropping his spade, he thrust both hands in, and drew out handfuls of something that looked like ripe Windsor soap, or rich mottled old cheese; very unctuous and savory withal.
Gutka (also spelled gutkha, guttkha, guthka) is a preparation of crushed betel nut, tobacco, and sweet or savory flavorings.
However, a warm savory steam from the kitchen served to belie the apparently cheerless prospect before us.
In Ireland, traditional chippers often serve batter burger (a beef-based patty dipped in batter and deep fried) or spice burger (a savory patty made with a proprietary recipe of meats and spices).
Most are quite savory and spicy due to the addition of chile powder, and salty due to the brine.
The Village Academy Jazz Band has performed with Arnett Howard, Mark Frye, Gene Walker, and Lee Savory, in addition to a number of performances at several locations in both Ohio and Florida.
They were hungry, and the smell of the roasted kid was very savory, and your tars are not very ceremonious.
This proposal was vetoed by Gerald Savory, the BBC's Head of Serials (and Wiles' superior), which led to Wiles leaving before "The Celestial Toymaker" was produced.
Today, there are also savory mille-feuille, with cheese and spinach or other savory fillings.

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