flavoursome vs saporous what difference

what is difference between flavoursome and saporous

English

Etymology

flavour +‎ -some

Adjective

flavoursome (comparative more flavoursome, superlative most flavoursome)

  1. Britain standard spelling of flavorsome.


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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