Definition of savory:
risque, zesty, hot, gamy, tasteful, blue, inoffensive, juicy, appetizing, piquant, tempting, flavorous, pungent, racy, appetising, yeasty, rich, naughty, heavenly, pleasing, tasty, yummy, gamey, exquisite, engaging, gustful, spicy, delightful, ingestion, zestful, barmy, nectareous, Micromeria Juliana, savoury, mouth-watering, tangy, dainty.
- herb (part of speech: noun)
- tasty (part of speech: adjective)
- savory (part of speech: adjective)
- "Together", Robert Herrick (1868-1938).
If you inhabit such a settlement you hear every morning, very, very early, the slow, heavy tread of the big farm- horses and the rumble of the huge two- wheeled carts going out to work, and one of the picturesque sights of the sunset hour is the procession of the powerful Percherons, their drivers sitting sideways on their broad backs, plodding into the village, both horses and farmers with an inimitable air of leisurely philosophy; of having done a good day's work and letting it go at that; of attempting no last nervous whack at the accumulated pile of things to be done which always lies before every one; with an unembittered acceptance of the facts that there are but twenty- four hours in every day and that it is good to spend part of them eating savory hot soup with one's family.- "Home Fires in France", Dorothy Canfield.
- "The Blue Envelope", Roy J. Snell.