What is another word for savourless?

28 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ sˈe͡ɪvələs], [ sˈe‍ɪvələs], [ s_ˈeɪ_v_ə_l_ə_s]

Savourless is a word often used to describe food or drink that lacks flavor or taste. However, there are several other synonyms that could be used to describe the same thing. For instance, the word tasteless can be used to describe something that lacks flavor or taste. Another synonymous word is bland, which describes food that lacks any distinctive flavor or taste. Additionally, insipid, flavorless, and unappetizing are also commonly used synonyms for savourless. It is essential to have a diverse vocabulary when describing things, especially in creative writing or when giving a critique or review of a particular item.

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What are the hypernyms for Savourless?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for savourless?

The term savourless refers to something that is tasteless or lacks flavour. In contrast, the term flavourful can be used as an antonym for savourless. Anything that has an appetizing and enjoyable taste can be called flavourful. Other antonyms of savourless include delectable, piquant, delicious, and savory. The opposite of savourless is something that appeals to the palate and provides a satisfying taste experience. It could be said that savourless is the absence of flavour, and these antonyms are about the presence of flavour. So, when you want to describe something that has a pronounced taste and is enjoyable to eat or drink, use any of these antonyms of savourless.

What are the antonyms for Savourless?

  • adj.

    noun
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Usage examples for Savourless

He saw, as clearly and critically as ever, the pleasant forms and hues and groupings of things, but it was dull and savourless, while all the attractive ideas that sprang up like flowers in his mind, the happy trains of thought, in which some single fancy ramified and extended itself into unsuspected combinations and connections, these all seemed hardly worth recognising or pursuing.
"Watersprings"
Arthur Christopher Benson
Perhaps by-and-by that will be savourless: we degenerate.
"The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith"
George Meredith
Admitting for the moment that he is innocent of this crime, you would nevertheless condemn her to an existence flat and savourless, differing in no essential from that of the beasts of the field.
"The Gloved Hand"
Burton E. Stevenson

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