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A word to savor

By Debra Dobbins

I think words are delicious. Not literally, of course, but delicious as in delightful. Therefore, I savored (enjoyed with appreciation) the headline above.

According to Webster’s, the word “savory” specifically means “pleasing to the taste or smell; appetizing.”  Webster’s also gives a more general definition of “pleasant, agreeable, attractive, etc.”

When “savory” comes before “vampire,” well, all you fans of horror flicks can fill in the rest….

The full story is in today’s Out & About, appearing both in our print edition and e-edition.


 

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