liquory

adjective li·quory \-k(ə)rē, -ri\

Definition of liquory

  1. :  marked by or given to or prompted by the drinking of strong liquor :  boozy liquorish the glittering liquory boom which the heavy-spending war years had brought on — Life liquory joy

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Origin and Etymology of liquory

1liquor + -y


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