transitive verb, noun
- (British) → savorExample sentences
- Both routes of feeding were physically unnatural and all I wanted was that exhilarating feeling of smelling, tasting and savouring food in my mouth again.
- She ate it slowly, savoring each morsel of food that went in her mouth.
- Do not gulp down your food; savor each mouthful and chew well before you swallow.
- What's needed is a flesh whose savour runs deep because its fats are dispersed, in fine grains, throughout the meat.
- Their salted and smoked meat was useful to give savour to otherwise stodgy dishes, and was especially important for the poor.
- The notes of nut and marmalade add great savour to rashers and crispy black pudding.
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