Synonyms of flavour in English:

flavour


See definition of flavour

noun

1‘the slightly sweet flavour of prosciutto’

SYNONYMS
taste, savour, tang, relish, palate
rare sapor

2‘salami can give extra flavour to spaghetti sauces’

SYNONYMS
flavouring, seasoning, tastiness, tang, tanginess, interest, relish, bite, piquancy, pungency, savour, smack, spice, spiciness, sharpness, zest, raciness, edge
informal zing, zip, punch
ANTONYMS

blandness

3‘the tournament had a strong international flavour’

SYNONYMS
character, quality, feel, feeling, ambience, atmosphere, aura, air, mood, aspect, tone, tenor, complexion, style, stamp, property
element, vein, strand, streak
spirit, essence, soul, nature, heart
informal vibe

4‘this excerpt will give a flavour of the report’

SYNONYMS
impression, indication, suggestion, hint, taste, nuance

verb

1‘many cuisines use spices to flavour their foods’

SYNONYMS
add flavour to, add flavouring to, season, spice, spice up, add herbs to, add seasoning to, add spices to, add piquancy to, ginger up, enrich, enliven, liven up
informal spike, pep up

Phrases

    flavour of the month

    ‘he's flavour of the month in Tinseltown’


    SYNONYMS
    informal

    all the rage, the latest thing, the fashion, the trend, in vogue, in demand, in great demand

    a flash in the pan, a one-hit wonder

    informal

    hot, in, cool

    British informal, dated

    all the go