- n the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
- v derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in
- v have flavor; taste of something
- v taste appreciatively
savor the soup
- v give taste to
- The Kissels are rich, or used to be, so it's tempting to savor the elaborate murders and betrayals the family has endured as a long lost episode of Knots Landing.
- To those who savor such things, British royals are the first among equals of world royalty, the last symbols of an aristocratic society that has largely disappeared in most places .
- BasketballRussiaAge: 31 Want more proof that the Cold War is over? Then savor a Black Russian.
- Wesley Sneijder in MiamiHerald.com
This is unforgettable,Sneijder said. "It was a tough fight and toward the end we complicated matters. Sunday, we play in the World Cup final. I have to get used to that. A final is so special. You must savor it because it's not something...
- Jim Mandich in USA Today
I don't take joy in the fact the Patriots lost - period. But I do relish and savor the fact that there has only been one unbeaten team in the history of the NFL and it is the 1972 Miami Dolphins,said Jim Mandich, a tight end on that team....
- Alberto Contador in Washington Post
It really marked me for life,Contador said, "but allowed me to better savor this moment."