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noun as in taste, flavor

noun as in distinctive quality

verb as in delight in, enjoy

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Example Sentences

Slipped into elongated wedges of Cuban bread, the mixture has only the pressed loaf between you and the bone-deep savor of the filling.

Champagne should be fun and you should savor every moment of it.

Mindful eating will allow you to savor your food and eat more intuitively, rather than emotionally.

And so the shaming of them, the public taking them down a peg or two, become moments to savor.

Inherent Vice brings you a sprawling, unobstructed narrative, and then asks you to savor as much as you can.

Some are pilgrims from out of town, come to savor the best granola on the West Coast.

Even the little village where my history directs our attention has one savor of dignified antiquity.

Of thy gods 'tis said, 'a nose they have but smell not,' while our God 'smelled the sweet savor.'

That would savor of a command, a summons, and she was too happily humble for that.

Other parts are too perfect for human nature, and savor strongly of that fanatical spirit so prevalent throughout the kingdom.

There must be something of the salt that will not lose its savor there to make them serve the writers in the eyes of posterity.


On this page you'll find 106 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to savor, such as: odor, piquancy, relish, salt, sapidity, and scent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.