Definition of 'savour'
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Visitors flock in to savour the flavour of the varied vintages. The Sun (2013)Why not savour the real taste of the baked potato? Survive the Nine to Five - a woman's guide to working well (1989)How better to remind oneself of the savour of victory than to taste the bitterness of defeat? Times, Sunday Times (2009)They just want to savour the moment. The Sun (2016)It was a magical moment to savour. The Sun (2008)Today we must savour the victory. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They want a drink that matches their lifestyle; one that can be enjoyed and savoured. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When Mount does take time to savour an idea he combines personal observations with considered research. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)They probably also savour the flavour of fresh peach, dress brightly and crave company. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The drink needs to be downed in one - resist the temptation to savour the flavour. The Sun (2010)You've got to savour the taste. The Sun (2013)Hardly an experience to savour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An experience to be savoured. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The only suggestion that passengers may savour is the idea that the unions will get a kicking and their Spanish practices will be abolished. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He deserves to be a finalist but it is doubtful that he will savour the experience on the other side of the net from Nadal. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They want something to enjoy, to savour, to talk about. Times, Sunday Times (2011)For him, the competition'is still something to enjoy and savour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)My husband and I had no work to do so were forced to relax and savour the smells of cooking over a glass or two of wine. The Sun (2013)
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Used Occasionally. savour is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'savour'
British English: savour VERB
If you savour an experience, you enjoy it as much as you can.
She savoured her newfound freedom.
Definition of savour from the Collins English Dictionary
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