savoring

[ US /ˈseɪvɝɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. taking a small amount into the mouth to test its quality
    cooking was fine but it was the savoring that he enjoyed most
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How To Use savoring In A Sentence

  • Here, we gleefully slosh about in communal pools of thick brown gloop, pouring it over ourselves with plastic pails and savouring the eucalyptus-like aroma, before washing it off under hot jets of salty spring water.
  • From restaurant menus to new lifestyle trends, savoring the moment has become the rule.
  • It's like taking a mouthful of good wine, swishing it around in your mouth, savoring it before you let it go down.
  • ATLANTA — As Aaron Rodgers trotted off the field, savoring another playoff win, he was serenaded with chants of "Go, Pack, Go! Packers Crush Falcons 48-21
  • He sits down with his family for a meal, savoring the moment.
  • I stepped in and soaked my body in the tub, savoring the decadent feeling of the water sloshing around me.
  • And when the food comes, enjoy it, leaving the fattiest part of your meal on your plate if you know no matter what you will eat the wedding cake or by savoring just a bite of cake if you choose to eat your full meal. The Small Change Diet
  • Yet still we lingered, savoring the last moments of the magical afternoon.
  • He seemed to be savouring every last moment that he had in this place.
  • Martin, who gives up his law practice, proclaims, "Quitting is seriously underrated," and there's the conductor who wears "the expression of one savoring the first bite of a spectacular creme brulee. A tale of operatic scale, with soundtrack by Wagner
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