Synonyms of 'savour'
1 relishDictionary, like, delight in
We won't pretend we savour the prospect of a month in prison.
1 flavourDictionary, taste, smell
The rich savour of the beans give this dish its character.
The cheese has a strong flavour.
Nettles have a surprisingly sweet taste.
the smell of freshly baked bread
Lemon oil adds zest to your cuppa.
Some liked its strong, fruity tang.
He just lacked that extra zing.
a little mustard to add piquancy
2 zestDictionary, interest, spice
Life without Anna had no savour.
phrasal verbsavour of something
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If you appreciate something, for example a piece of music or good food, you like it because you recognize its good qualities.
Anyone can appreciate our music.
He enjoys playing cricket.
Thesaurus for savour from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you savour an experience , you enjoy it as much as you can.