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Multiple Meanings
savor

Savor the soup.
to relish (take great pleasure from); or the pleasure or flavor relished

More rarely, savory can refer to an aroma or flavor that is not sweet, or to a specific spice of the mint family or related plants.

Even more rarely, savor can mean to have traces of — as when Alexander Hamilton wrote "Its situation must always savor of weakness."
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