According to the dictionary definitions, the word "savory" has two different meaning:
- Pleasant to smell or taste. (=delicious)
- Tasting of salt or spices and not sweet.
But the question lies here! Aside from two connotations of this word, whether "savory" (normally) means something "delicious" / "tasty" or usually when people use it, it makes sense of something "not sweet"?
What would native speakers take by hearing this word out?
Meanwhile, if they mean the same, is it as formal as "delicious" or it's somehow informal / less formal when it comes to the easant taste realm?