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Definition of Flavoury
1. flavory [adj] - See also: flavory
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flavoury
Literary usage of Flavoury
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"The strong wheats of the American and №vwr Canadian North-West make less flavoury flour than a^°"r '" soft red winter from the American South-West. ..."
2. Bordeaux Its Wines, and the Claret Country by C Cocks (1846)
"The wine dry, and inclining to greenness, but ultimately flavoury, and of a tolerable colour. ... The wine well coloured, flavoury, and particularly smooth, ..."
3. Reports on the Colonial Sections of the Exhibition by Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain, Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1887)
"Broken Pekoe, with a flavoury liquor of good quality, and fairly dark colour. Value is. jd. per Ib. Grown at an elevation of about 6000 feet, ..."
4. In Darkest Africa; Or, The Quest, Rescue, and Retreat of Emin, Governor of by Henry Morton Stanley (1890)
"... the prodigious fruit, which caused us all to dream ecstatically on fruity banquets of which the mellow and flavoury plantain was the most conspicuous. ..."
5. The Book of Humorous Verse by Carolyn Wells (1920)
"Should you now desire That the soup be flavoury, Stir it once around, With a stalk of savoury. When the broth is made, Nothing can excell it: Then three ..."