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Savoring of heresy—not contradicting the faith by evident consequence, but by very probable and morally certain consequence.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN; VOL. 4HENRY CHARLES LEA
We think them vulgar at first, and savoring of the shop; but they are useful and handy, and we cannot do without them.
Caresses of all kinds were frowned upon as being not only undignified, but savoring of the world and the flesh.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD PHILADELPHIAAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
His eyes followed its fall, savoring her delicate shoulder blades, the shadowed hollow of her back.
THE SARACEN: THE HOLY WARROBERT SHEA
"It feels like it might give some temporary relief," he admitted, savoring the last drops.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
His thin shapely fingers lifted the goblet slowly to his lips, he sipped the liquid as slowly, savoring its bouquet.
THE RETURN OF THARNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
But the sentences are certain and true correctives, savoring more of clemency than of actual punishment.
THE CITY OF THE SUNTOMMASO CAMPANELLA
She was going to take it slowly at first: savoring the first few: before killing became a mere impersonal, mechanical operation.
EARTH ALERT!KRIS NEVILLE
"A good cigar—a glass of good wine," he murmured, savoring the perfume of the cigar.
THE GHOSTARNOLD BENNETT
Enchanted, she lay back, savoring her ice, shyly watching him.
THE GREEN MOUSEROBERT W. CHAMBERS