savor of

savor of something

to taste like something. This casserole savors of nutmeg. The meat savors of too much garlic.
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savor of

v.
1. To have some taste or smell: This dish savors of curry.
2. To display some quality or characteristic: Your attitude savors of vanity.
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Also, there's the ineluctable savor of late Picabia, of course, for postmodern terrible is marvelous revisionism.