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Example sentences for savour
If you're paying six figures, you might prefer to savour it in small sips.
For, given any mathematical statement, a shape that the eye can savour is never far away.
Hence the lady named was the toast or savour of the wine-that which gave the draught piquancy and merit.
Savour the moment, whether you are on a train, eating lunch or talking to friends.
Customers can also savour the rare privilege of pushing their own trolleys and serving themselves from the shelves.
Take a breath, and savour the mad scale of this ambition.
The rich hired boxes and galleries to savour their philanthropy.
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