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savor
used in Interview with the Vampire

9 uses
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Definition
to take great pleasure from; or the pleasure or flavor enjoyed
  • When every moment, every moment must be first known and then savored.
    Part 1 (23% in)
  • My sister laughed at the transformation in me when we would meet at night and I would take her from our flat out the narrow wooden streets to walk along the tree-lined levee in the moonlight, savoring the orange blossoms and the caressing warmth, talking for hours of her most secret thoughts and dreams, those little fantasies she dared to tell no one and would even whisper to me when we sat in the dim lit parlor entirely alone.
    Part 1 (23% in)
  • For four years I had not savored a human; for four years I hadn't really known; and now I heard her heart in that terrible rhythm, and such a heart not the heart of a man or an animal, but the rapid, tenacious heart of the child, beating harder and harder, refusing to die, beating like a tiny fist beating on a door, crying, 'I will not die, I will not die, I cannot die, I cannot die ....'
    Part 1 (46% in)
  • I savor nothing about that journey, not the freshness of the air, the coolness of the nights.
    Part 2 (23% in)
  • And .... it was seldom savored .... something acute that was quickly lost.
    Part 3 (6% in)
  • I could see him savoring the wet lips, the mobile flesh of the throat as the wine went down.
    Part 3 (41% in)
  • When the boy had finished, he knelt with his arms around Armand's neck as if he actually savored the icy flesh.
    Part 3 (41% in)
  • I emerged slowly under the faint moon, savoring the coldness, the utter smoothness of the marble slab I shifted to escape.
    Part 3 (92% in)
  • But I had no time to admire it, to savor the smell and the sound of it, the sight of the nooks and crannies coming to light in the fierce illumination that would soon consume them.
    Part 3 (94% in)

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