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savor
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
to take great pleasure from; or the pleasure or flavor enjoyed
  • Judge Taylor savored his Sunday night hour alone in his big house, and churchtime found him holed up in his study reading the writings of Bob Taylor (no kin, but the judge would have been proud to claim it).
    p. 333.0
savored = took great pleasure from
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