savouries


savouries
savoury (Amer.) 'sa·vour·y || 'seɪvərvərɪ adj. tasty, having a pleasant flavor; fragrant, having a pleasant odor; appetizing; agreeable, pleasant; spicy, piquant 'sa·vour·y || 'seɪvərvərɪ n. spicy dish served as hors d'oeuvre or at the end of dinner; one of two aromatic herbs of the mint family; extremely small aromatic shrub of Mediterranean areas

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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