flavorsome vs saporous what difference

what is difference between flavorsome and saporous

English

Alternative forms

  • flavoursome

Etymology

flavor +‎ -some

Pronunciation

  • (General American) IPA(key): /ˈfleɪvɚsəm/
  • (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈfleɪvəsəm/
  • Hyphenation: fla‧vor‧some

Adjective

flavorsome (comparative more flavorsome, superlative most flavorsome)

  1. Characterised or marked by flavor(s); flavorful.
    • 2015, David A. Winter, Nick Reed, The Wiley Handbook of Personal Construct Psychology:
      Why do you prefer full‐bodied, smooth wines? I prefer them because they are flavorsome and rich.

Synonyms

  • flavorful
  • flavorous

Derived terms

  • flavorsomely
  • flavorsomeness
  • unflavorsome

Translations



English

Etymology

From Latin saporus (that relishes well, savory), from sapor (taste).

Adjective

saporous (comparative more saporous, superlative most saporous)

  1. Having flavour or taste

Anagrams

  • asporous

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