noun li·queur \li-ˈkər, -ˈkr, -ˈkyr\

: a sweet, strong alcoholic drink that is usually flavored with fruits or spices and drunk in small glasses after a meal

Full Definition of LIQUEUR

:  a usually sweetened alcoholic liquor (as brandy) flavored with fruit, spices, nuts, herbs, or seeds

Examples of LIQUEUR

  1. a bottle of orange liqueur

Origin of LIQUEUR

French, from Old French licour liquid — more at liquor
First Known Use: 1729
Medical Dictionary


noun li·queur \li-ˈkər, -ˈk(y)(ə)r\

Medical Definition of LIQUEUR

:  a usually sweetened alcoholic beverage variously flavored (as with fruit or aromatics)


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