savour (v.) Old form(s): sauor
relish, enjoy, delight [in]
E3 III.iv.51[King Edward to Audley, of Prince Edward] if he breaketh out, Nestor's years on earth / Will make him savour still of this exploit [i.e. he will recall the event with pleasure, even if he lives as long as Nestor]
KL IV.ii.39[Albany to Gonerill] Filths savour but themselves
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