Synonyms of savour in English:

savour


See definition of savour

verb

1‘I savoured each delicious mouthful’

SYNONYMS
relish, enjoy, enjoy to the full, taste to the full, appreciate, delight in, take pleasure in, revel in, smack one's lips over, luxuriate in, bask in, drool over
informal smack one's chops over

2‘such a declaration would savour of immodesty’

SYNONYMS
suggest, smack of, have the hallmarks of, have all the signs of, give the impression of, seem like, have the air of, have a suggestion of, be indicative of, hint at, have overtones of

noun

1‘the subtle savour of wood smoke’

SYNONYMS
taste, flavour, tang, smack
smell, aroma, fragrance, scent, perfume, bouquet, odour, whiff
archaic relish
rare sapidity

2‘a savour of bitterness seasoned my feelings towards him’

SYNONYMS
trace, hint, suggestion, touch, smack

3‘her usual diversions had lost their savour’

SYNONYMS
piquancy, interest, attraction, fascination, flavour, spice, zest, excitement, enjoyment, joy
informal zing