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How to use savorless in a sentence

But to Stewart the single cigar he had kept for himself seemed strangely savorless.
THE GIRL FROM ALSACEBURTON EGBERT STEVENSON
Mr. Royce knew a few of them, too, and introduced me to them, but I found their talk somehow flat and savorless.
THE HOLLADAY CASEBURTON E. STEVENSON
There was not a laugh left in all the sad world that had abruptly grown old, and savorless.
MIXED FACESROY NORTON
When mutton is two years old, the meat is flabby, pale and savorless.
THE WHITEHOUSE COOKBOOK (1887)MRS. F.L. GILLETTE
Her deep-dish pies became savorless, the whipped cream smeary and sad of taste.
DWELLERS IN ARCADYALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
For the time being life was savorless, and ambition had gone out like a snuffed candle.
ANNE OF THE ISLANDLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Talent, tried and proved and acclaimed, is too strong for us; we continue its savorless round, against all our inward protest.
THE JOYS OF BEING A WOMANWINIFRED KIRKLAND
He saw that the mere sale of drawings would be a savorless success, if it bereft him of this plain-speaking but just friend.
EWING\'S LADYHARRY LEON WILSON
Organized charity is a sapid and savorless thing; its place among moral agencies is no higher than that of root beer.
THE SHADOW ON THE DIAL, AND OTHER ESSAYSAMBROSE BIERCE
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WORDS RELATED TO SAVORLESS

  • bland
  • distasteful
  • flat
  • flavorless
  • innocuous
  • jejune
  • mild
  • namby-pamby
  • savorless
  • stale
  • unappetizing
  • unpalatable
  • unsavory
  • vapid
  • washy
  • watered-down
  • watery
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