Definition of Savoriest

1. savory [adj] - See also: savory



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savoriest

saviors
saviorship
saviour
saviour sibling
saviour siblings
saviouress
saviours
saviourship
savoir-faire
savor
savored
savorer
savorers
savorier
savories
savoriest
savorily
savoriness
savorinesses
savoring
savorless
savorlessness
savorly
savorous
savorously
savors
savour
savoured

Literary usage of Savoriest

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Works of Charles Lamb: to which are prefixed his letters, and a sketch by Charles Lamb (1871)
"... indiscriminate pieces of those reeking sausages, which pleased them mightily, and was the savoriest part, you may believe, of the entertainment. ..."

2. Essays, English and American by Raymond Macdonald Alden (1920)
"... which pleased them mightily, and was the savoriest part, you may believe, of the entertainment. Golden lads and lasses must, As chimney-sweepers, ..."

3. Heroes and Heroines of Fiction, Classical MediƦval, Legendary: Famous by William Shepard Walsh (1915)
"Its rivers ran wine or oil or, at the meanest, milk; its houses were built of the savoriest eatables, their very shingles being of cake and their pinnacles ..."

4. The Essays of Elia by Charles Lamb, Josiah Hamilton Castleman (1908)
"... which pleased them mightily, and was the savoriest part, you may believe, of the entertainment. Golden lads and lasses must, As chimney-sweepers, ..."

5. The Essays of Elia by Charles Lamb (1856)
"... which pleased them mightily, and was the savoriest part, you may believe, of the entertainment. Golden Iad3 and lasses must, As chimney-sweepers, ..."

6. A Book of English Literature, Selected and Ed by Robert Grant Martin (1916)
"... indiscriminate pieces of those reeking sausages, which pleased them mightily, and was the savoriest part, you may believe, of the entertainment. ..."

7. A Book of English Literature, Selected and Ed by Franklyn Bliss Snyder, Robert Grant Martin (1916)
"... indiscriminate pieces of those reeking sausages, which pleased them mightily, and was the savoriest part, you may believe, of the entertainment. ..."

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