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Savo(u)rit, Sawrit, Saird, ppl. adj. [e.m.E. savored (1590); Savo(u)r v.] Having savour, scent or smell, with defining adv.; -smelling. — Savourit; Barb. xvi 70 (C) (see Savo(u)rand ppl. adj. a).
To pas … By gowsty placis, welch savorit, must and hair; Doug. vi vii 79.
Mary that is ane evill saird mes [Ch. il sauorit dische]; Lynd. Sat. in
Bann. MS 187a/334.
The sweit smell and the suaue odour … Sa weill sawrit and viuificatiue; Rolland Ct. Venus ii 852.
Ipothecar … In his buith … half ane dram of must euill sauorit price iiij s.; 1575 Edinb. Test. III 319b.

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