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Savory or Savoury may refer to:
- Herbs of the genus Satureja, particularly :
- Savoriness, a culinary term traditionally contrasted with sweetness. Savory foods are flavorful but not sweet
- Umami, also called savoriness, one of the basic tastes detected by the human tongue. This is a more recent, restricted use than the above.
- Savoury (small dish), a small savoury dish, traditionally served towards the end of a formal meal in European cuisine, particularly in Britain and France
- "Savory" (song), 1994 single by the band Jawbox
- Allan Savory (born 1935), Zimbabwean environmentalist, inventor of the Savory brittleness scale
- Brett Alexander Savory (born 1973), Canadian writer
- Charles Savory, New Zealand rugby league footballer
- Douglas Lloyd Savory, Ulster Unionist Party Member of the United Kingdom Parliament
- Henry Savory (born 1914), English cricketer
- Lieutenant-General Sir Reginald Savory (1894–1980), British Indian Army Officer
- Sir William Savory, 1st Baronet (1826–1895), British surgeon
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