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savour in Odours topic

savoursavour2 British English, savor American English noun [singular, uncountable] formal  1 COCTa pleasant taste or smell the sweet savour of wood smoke2 ENJOY/LIKE DOING somethinginterest and enjoyment Life seemed to have lost its savour for him.
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savourAbout everything he writes hangs a faint savour of calculation.His towering, blank-eyed presence at the head of the table drew the savour from the good food she cooked.The truffles of Provence never taste so exquisite in London as here; they lose their savour, and gain in price.