Examples of liquor in a Sentence
He drinks beer and wine, but he doesn't drink any hard liquor.
vodka, whiskey, and other liquors
Recent Examples of liquor from the Web
Tuopai, a small town in Sichuan, sold a majority stake in its struggling liquor company to a Chinese private-equity firm last year.
Swift was 17 when he was arrested for the rape and murder of Nina Glover, 30, a prostitute whose body was found in a trash bin behind a liquor store.
The senator said DiGiovanni’s brother, Vincent DiGiovanni, had competed with Rimann for the liquor distributorship.
In a cold pan add the liquor, turn on the heat and let the alcohol evaporate.
Now the prime real estate at the bottom of the Sanger Lofts building will house In the Sack, a fresh market sandwich shop and liquor store with a location in Dallas.
Grab whatever strikes your fancy, stop at the liquor store and invite some friends over for a backyard fruit juice fest.
Liquor stores - Most chain liquor stores are open regular hours on Tuesday.
A tax on sweetened beverages suddenly puts soda in the same category as cigarettes and liquor, making it a shameful indulgence.
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Origin and Etymology of liquor
Middle English licour, from Anglo-French, from Latin liquor, from liquēre
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of liquor
1 : to dress (something, such as leather) with oil or grease
2 : to make drunk with alcoholic liquor —usually used with up
: to drink alcoholic liquor especially to excess —usually used with up
First Known Use of liquor
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Definition of liquor for English Language Learners
: an alcoholic drink; especially : a strong alcoholic drink
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Definition of liquor for Students
: a strong alcoholic beverage
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