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savour

1 verb
     
sa‧vour1 British English ; savor American English [transitive]
1 to fully enjoy the taste or smell of something:
She sipped her wine, savouring every drop.
2 to fully enjoy a time or experience:
She savoured her few hours of freedom.
He hesitated, savouring the moment.

savour of something

phrasal verb
to seem to involve something bad or to have some of a bad quality:
We must avoid anything that savours of corruption.

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