savoury

Savoury vs Bruschetta - What's the difference?

savoury | bruschetta |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun bruschetta is

a light italian dish of toasted bread with a savoury topping.

Savoury vs Risotto - What's the difference?

savoury | risotto |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun risotto is

(countable) an italian savoury dish made with rice and other ingredients.

Savoury vs Pudding - What's the difference?

savoury | pudding |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun pudding is

(originally) a sausage made primarily from blood.

What is the difference between savoury and sweet?

savoury | sweet | Antonyms |

Savoury is an antonym of sweet.


As adjectives the difference between savoury and sweet

is that savoury is while sweet is having a pleasant taste, especially one relating to the basic taste sensation induced by sugar.

As a adverb sweet is

in a sweet manner.

As a noun sweet is

(uncountable) the basic taste sensation induced by sugar.

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