[ UK /sˈeɪvɐ/ ]
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 savour In A Sentence
- The whole lecture has a morally subversive ring, and the savour of antinomianism about it.
- Some savoury recipes also use rhubarb, as its tanginess makes it an ideal accompaniment for fatty meats or oily fish.
- If anything he is a decent copper and he'll usually only collar unsavoury characters. The Sun
- Instantly a dozen knowing eyes were fixed on it, and a buzz of voices was heard; and soon Gerard saw the prior point more than once, and the monk came back, looking as proud as Punch, with a savoury crustade ryal, or game pie gravied and spiced, for Gerard, and a silver grace cup full of rich pimentum. The Cloister and the Hearth
- The octopus was tender and tangy, with a savour of the sea.
- Home grown herbs would have included coriander, dill, thyme, opium poppy and summer savoury.
- Move on to complex appetizers like pheasant ballottine, a cylinder of braised meat surrounded by a savoury sauce and tiny little apples.
- 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.
- Handvo" is a cherished gujarati recipe which can be called a savoury steamed vegetable cornmeal cake, and is filled with several nutritious ingredients. Handvo - Healthy Vegetable Cornmeal Cake
- A deserved multi-award-winner that's almost savoury but never boorish. Times, Sunday Times