Associations to the word «Cocktail»
COCKTAIL, noun. A mixed alcoholic beverage.
COCKTAIL, noun. A mixture of other substances.
COCKTAIL, noun. A horse, not of pure breed, but having only one eighth or one sixteenth impure blood in its veins.
COCKTAIL, noun. (UK) (slang) (dated) A mean, half-hearted fellow; a coward.
COCKTAIL, noun. A species of rove beetle, so called from its habit of elevating the tail.
COCKTAIL, adjective. Festive; lively.
COCKTAIL BAR, noun. A drinking establishment that specializes in cocktails.
COCKTAIL BARS, noun. Plural of cocktail bar
COCKTAIL DRESS, noun. A type of women's evening dress suitable for semi-formal occasions or cocktail parties.
COCKTAIL DRESSES, noun. Plural of cocktail dress
COCKTAIL HAT, noun. A type of small, extravagant women's hat, such as a fascinator, suitable as evening wear or for cocktail parties.
COCKTAIL LOUNGE, noun. A business with seating and, sometimes, entertainment, where alcoholic beverages—especially mixed drinks—may be purchased and consumed.
COCKTAIL LOUNGES, noun. Plural of cocktail lounge
COCKTAIL ONION, noun. A pearl onion seasoned and pickled in brine, used as a cocktail garnish.
COCKTAIL ONIONS, noun. Plural of cocktail onion
COCKTAIL PARTIES, noun. Plural of cocktail party
COCKTAIL PARTY, noun. A party at which cocktails are served
COCKTAIL PARTY EFFECT, noun. The ability (or the difficulty) of focusing one's attention on a single auditory source in a jumble of noises
COCKTAIL PARTY GRAPH, noun. (mathematics) a graph, consisting of two rows of paired nodes in which all nodes except the paired ones are connected with straight lines; it is the complement of the ladder graph, and the dual graph of the hypercube
COCKTAIL SAUCE, noun. A sauce served with oysters and other seafood, typically ketchup mixed with horseradish or mayonnaise.
COCKTAIL SAUCES, noun. Plural of cocktail sauce
COCKTAIL SAUSAGE, noun. A small saveloy often served as a party snack.
COCKTAIL SAUSAGES, noun. Plural of cocktail sausage
COCKTAIL STICK, noun. A short thin wooden stick with pointy ends, designed to hold decorations or fruit in a cocktail, or small portions of food generally.
COCKTAIL STICKS, noun. Plural of cocktail stick
COCKTAIL WAITRESS, noun. A female server who brings drinks to patrons of drinking establishments, typically dressed in revealing clothing.
COCKTAIL WAITRESSES, noun. Plural of cocktail waitress
COCKTAIL, noun. A short mixed drink.
COCKTAIL, noun. An appetizer served as a first course at a meal.
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