savouring


savouring
sa·vour || 'seɪvə(r) n. taste for a long time; take pleasure in -; enjoy; spice; have a characteristic of -; give of an odor (also savor) n. taste; smell, odor; distinctive quality; power to excite or interest (also savor)

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