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cassis

noun cas·sis \kə-ˈsēs\

Definition of CASSIS

:  a syrupy liquor of low alcoholic strength made from black currants and used chiefly as a flavoring and sweetening agent
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Origin of CASSIS

French, literally, black currants, perhaps from Latin cassia
First Known Use: 1899

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