- n the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
- v have flavor; taste of something
- v give taste to
- v taste appreciatively
- v derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in
- On the Edgware road the cafes remain full long into the night as customers savour their final few days of freedom to puff.
News & Articles
- Savour Green Bay: Where food meets foodie
Two years ago, when Savour Green Bay was initiated, the annual collaboration of restaurants, breweries and wineries saw about 2,000 people in attendance, trying gourmet dishes paired with complementary drinks.
June 14, 2013 - Green Bay Press-Gazette
- ANN ARBOR: Arbor Hospice Foundation raises more than $170,000 with ‘Savour the Journey’ fundraiser
The Arbor Hospice Foundation’s third annual fundraising gala, “Savour the Journey,” raised more than $170,000 to support Arbor Hospice programs and services, including pediatric hospice care, grief support, complementary therapies and uncompensated care. Chairs Janet Callaway and Margaret Kephart, both of Ann Arbor, led a spectacular team of all-star volunteers to produce the celebration.
June 12, 2013 - Ann Arbor Journal
- Wesley Sneijder in Winnipeg Free Press
This is unforgettable,said the Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder. "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 savour it...
- Jim Mandich in 940 News
As for the 1972 Dolphins, I don't take joy in the fact the Patriots lost - period,said Jim Mandich, the tight end on the 17-0 team. "But I do relish and savour the fact that there has only been one unbeaten team in the history of the NFL,...
- Fatih Terim in Aljazeera.net
I congratulate my team for their great performance,Fatih Terim, Turkey coach, said. "I send my love and greetings home to Turkey. Go out and celebrate, go out on the streets and savour this feeling. My players are going to celebrate now...