Definition of Savourly

1. Adjective. (alternative form of savorly) ¹



2. Adverb. (alternative form of savorly) ¹

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Definition of Savourly

1. feelingly [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savourly

savors
savour
savoured
savourer
savourers
savourier
savouries
savouriest
savourily
savouriness
savouring
savourless
savourlessness
savourly (current term)
savourous
savourously
savours
savoury
savoy
savoy cabbage
savoyards
savoys
savs
savvey
savveyed
savveying
savveys
savvied

Literary usage of Savourly

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1. English Prose (1137-1890) by John Matthews Manly (1909)
"To conclude, hoard up the finest play-scraps you can get, upon which your lean wit may most savourly feed, for want of other stuff, when the Arcadian and ..."

2. The Gull's Hornbook by Thomas Dekker, Ronald Brunlees McKerrow (1904)
"To conclude, hoard up the finest Play-scraps you can get, upon which your lean Wit may most savourly feed for want of other stuff; for this is only ..."

3. Lean's Collectanea by Vincent Stuckey Lean, Julia Lucy Woodward (1903)
"We see the toiling servant feed savourly on one homely dish.— Adams, Whs., ii. 14o. Fell a crying [at finding his money] as savourly as I did before when I ..."

4. The Poetical Works of John Dryden by John Dryden (1900)
"SURE there's a dearth of wit in this dull town, When silly plays so savourly* go down ; As, when clipped money passes, 'tis a sign A nation is not ..."

5. The Dramatic Works of John Dryden by John Dryden (1882)
"some English renegade, he talks so savourly * of toping. r M.-Mol. ... Cf. the ballad of Lord Willoughby, " Full savourly they fed."—ED. ..."

6. A Dialogue of the Effectual Proverbs in the English Tongue Concerning Marriage by John Heywood (1906)
"... very savourly sound" (146), properly, rightly—as with a good and proper sense. SAY, " I say little but I think more " (576). ..."

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