[ US /ˈseɪvɝ/ ]
derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in
She relished her fame and basked in her glory
- have flavor; taste of something
savor the soup
- give taste to
- the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
How To Use savor In A Sentence
- Having savored victory, the ruffians moved on to attack the homes of well-known abolitionists in the neighborhood.
- I was glad to meet Alan Savory, the opposition spokesman - a young, cool customer, dark and striking.
- Seasoned with French sea salt, cold-pressed Swedish rapeseed oil and ground macadamia nuts, the cheese had a creaminess that seemed to sweeten its otherwise savory quality. Young Stars of Swedish Cuisine
- One memorable dins that I made this week was my Savory Summer Simmer from last week, re-heated, over radicchio, with some high-quality Italian canned tuna on top and a whole-wheat flatbread on the side. CSA Week 7
- Tabasheer , safflower and calamine can clear away lung heat, expel toxic heat, sedate mind, and calm fright. Savory rhododendron leaf can clear away heat, diminish swelling, and tonify kidney.
- The refreshing spray was much savored by visitors to the fair during that hot summer of 1876.
- Since then, I've longed to replicate the delicious, savory, and often quite filling meals that we ate together.
- It has the savor of disease about it and you immediately wonder what sort of agenda lies behind it.
- From restaurant menus to new lifestyle trends, savoring the moment has become the rule.
- Certain herbs will also grow well in cooler temperatures including cilantro, winter thyme, winter savory & sage.