savour (n.) Old form(s): sauour, sauours
smell, stench, stink
KJ IV.iii.112[Salisbury to all] all you whose souls abhor / Th'uncleanly savours of a slaughter-house
Tem II.ii.51[Stephano singing of Kate] She loved not the savour of tar
WT I.ii.421[Polixenes to Camillo] Turn then my freshest reputation to / A savour that may strike the dullest nostril / Where I arrive
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