What is the antonym of “flavorless”?
The antonyms of flavorless are flavored, tasty, and savory. These words describe the opposite of having no taste or flavor, and instead convey a pleasant or enjoyable taste.
See all the antonyms of “flavorless”
Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Having a distinct taste or flavor added to it.
The ice cream parlor offers a variety of flavored ice creams, including chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla.
Having a pleasant and satisfying flavor; delicious.
The chef's signature dish is a tasty combination of spices and herbs that leaves customers wanting more.
Having a rich, full, and pleasant taste; flavorful.
The roasted chicken was seasoned with a savory blend of herbs and spices that made it irresistible.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Flavored refers to something that has had a specific taste or flavor added to it.
- 2Tasty describes something that is generally pleasing to the palate and has a good flavor.
- 3Savory describes something that has a rich and full flavor, often with a hint of saltiness.
Good things to know
- 1Food and Drinks: Use these antonyms to describe the taste of food and drinks.
- 2Cooking: Use these words to describe the desired taste of a dish when cooking.
- 3Reviews: Incorporate these words in reviews of food and drinks to describe their taste.
The antonyms of flavorless are flavored, tasty, and savory. Use these words to describe the taste of food and drinks, when cooking, or in reviews to convey a pleasant and enjoyable flavor.