Definition of Summer savoury

1. Noun. Herb with delicately flavored leaves with many uses.

Exact synonyms: Summer Savory
Generic synonyms: Savory, Savoury
Group relationships: Satureia Hortensis, Satureja Hortensis, Summer Savory

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Summer Savoury

summer duck
summer fallow
summer flounder
summer haw
summer house
summer hyacinth
summer melt
summer pruning
summer pudding
summer puddings
summer redbird
summer resort
summer sausage
summer sausages
summer savory
summer savoury (current term)
summer school
summer snowflake
summer solstice
summer solstices
summer soup
summer soups
summer squash
summer squash vine
summer stock
summer sweet
summer tanager
summer time

Literary usage of Summer savoury

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1. An Encyclopædia of Domestic Economy by Thomas Webster, William Parkes (1855)
"summer savoury, at the same time. Thyme, lemon thyme, orange thyme, during June and July. Mint, latter end of June. Sage, August and September. ..."

2. Pharmacopoeia Universalis: Or, A New Universal English Dispensatory. Containing by Robert James (1747)
"... fatiga Plinii, CBP summer savoury. It is fown in Gardens, flowering in June. The Herb is ufed, which is one of ..."

3. The Bookman (1914)
"... or merely thyme, sage and summer savoury? How is she to make the gravy, and how long will it take the miserable thing to roast, anyhow? ..."

4. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1857)
"... orache (or arache), red and white, patience, parsley, penny-royal, primrose, poset, rosemary, sage, saffron (English), summer savoury, sorrel, spinage, ..."

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