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- v. Present participle of savor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Taste; the sense of taste.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. taking a small amount into the mouth to test its quality
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I have some green pork chili I'm eager to share with you but until my mind is more settled, here are some links I've been savoring from the recent papers:
Europeans seem to be a little more in tune with the idea of savoring life instead of rushing through it, and appropriately enough, I shot this video in Riga, Latvia, during my summer travels.
Is the notion of savoring life so alien to you that you would buy household objects intended to create awareness of the passage of time?
Victoire and Clarice smiled curiously, while Émile, with an expression savoring of paganism and pig-tails, squinted obliquely toward our doctor.
It is enough to reply that their author, in the fourth edition, repudiated every word savoring of Pantheism.
"There's a great appreciation, like you're kind of savoring it a little bit more," Garcia says.
Then a little while later when the camera is focused at crotchal level the word "savoring" appears.
No, she told herself, trying to remember to chew her food with the careful "savoring" bites recommended by her e-Diet program, she was giving her sergeant too much credit.
I'm just focused on doing everything I can in the days that remain, helping President-elect Bush have a successful transition and kind of savoring and being grateful for the good things that have happened.
May I block the hosts of winds of my "savoring" right