Simple past tense and past participle of liquor.(verb)
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Use "liquored" in a sentence
"On the present occasion I was delighted to find that, although people all "liquored" freely, there was scarcely any drunkenness; at all events, they had their little bit of fun, such as we see at fairs at home."
"In the spirit of the liquored up day, I compiled a collection of Irish themed foods that are yummy treats that also will prevent or ease hangovers."
"Well, you could be at the local bar getting liquored up."