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savor

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of savor

  1. 1 the property of a substance that can be identified by the sense of taste <a gourmet who can identify the ingredients in any dish solely by their savor> Synonyms flavor, taste (also savour)Related Words relish, smack, tang; savoriness, tastiness; aftertasteNear Antonyms tastelessness

  2. 2 the quality of being delicious <the wonderful savor of Mom's apple pie> Synonyms delectability, lusciousness, palatability, palatableness, deliciousness (also savour), savoriness, tastiness, toothsomenessRelated Words digestability, edibility, edibleness; choiceness, daintiness, delicacyAntonyms distastefulness, flatness, insipidity, staleness, tastelessness, unpalatability



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savour


savor

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of savor

  1. 1 to make more pleasant to the taste by adding something intensely flavored <cuisine that has been generously savored with southern India's rich array of spices> Synonyms flavor, lace, season (also savour), spiceRelated Words enhance, enrich, sauce; pepper, salt; aromatize, perfume

  2. 2 to take pleasure in <as a terminal cancer patient, she's vowed to savor every moment of the time she has left> Synonyms adore, delight (in), dig, fancy, get off (on), groove (on), like, love, rejoice (in), relish, revel (in), enjoy (also savour)Related Words admire, appreciate, cherish, revere, venerate, worship; prize, treasure, value; devour, drink (in), eat (up), feast (on); dote (on), idolize; cotton (to), favor, prefer; indulge (in), luxuriate (in), wallow (in)Near Antonyms abhor, abominate, detest, dislike, hate, loathe; condemn, despise, scorn



Variants of savor

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savour


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