Associations to the word «Liquor»
LIQUOR, noun. (obsolete) A liquid.
LIQUOR, noun. (obsolete) A drinkable liquid.
LIQUOR, noun. A liquid obtained by cooking meat or vegetables (or both).
LIQUOR, noun. (chiefly US) Strong alcoholic drink derived from fermentation and distillation.
LIQUOR, noun. In process industry, a liquid in which a desired reaction takes place, e.g. pulping liquor is a mixture of chemicals and water which breaks wood into its components, thus facilitating the extraction of cellulose.
LIQUOR, verb. (intransitive) To drink liquor, usually to excess.
LIQUOR, verb. (transitive) To cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess.
LIQUOR, verb. (obsolete) (transitive) To grease.
LIQUOR COMMISSION, noun. (Canada) A provincial agency that regulates the distribution and sales of alcoholic beverages.
LIQUOR COMMISSION, noun. (Canada) A government liquor store.
LIQUOR LOUNGE, noun. A business with seating, where alcoholic beverages may be purchased and consumed.
LIQUOR LOUNGES, noun. Plural of liquor lounge
LIQUOR OF FLINTS, noun. (obsolete) A solution of silica, or flints, in potash.
LIQUOR SANGUINIS, noun. (archaic) blood plasma
LIQUOR SILICUM, noun. Liquor of flints
LIQUOR STORE, noun. (US) a shop that sells alcoholic beverages to be drunk off the premises
LIQUOR STORES, noun. Plural of liquor store
LIQUOR THIEF, noun. A tube for taking samples of liquor from a cask through the bung-hole.
LIQUOR UP, verb. (transitive) To cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess.
LIQUOR UP, verb. (intransitive) To drink liquor, usually to excess
LIQUOR, noun. An alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented.
LIQUOR, noun. A liquid substance that is a solution (or emulsion or suspension) used or obtained in an industrial process; "waste liquors".
LIQUOR, noun. The liquid in which vegetables or meat have be cooked.
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