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Definition of "liquors" []

  • Any alcoholic drink, esp spirits, or such drinks collectively (noun)
  • Any liquid substance, esp that in which food has been cooked (noun)
  • A solution of a pure substance in water (noun)
  • Warm water added to malt to form wort (noun)
  • To steep (malt) in warm water to form wort; mash (verb)
  • Plural form of liquor. (noun)

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Use "liquors" in a sentence
  • "Yes, and liquors made by fermenting are called _fermented liquors_."
  • "Its menu notes that all items are gluten and lactose free, with the exception of beverages, although it also offers gluten-free alcohol -- such as certain liquors and wines."
  • "Mr. Zywicki refers to a 1964 ruling that said, “To conclude that the Twenty-first Amendment has somehow operated to ‘repeal’ the Commerce Clause wherever regulation of intoxicating liquors is concerned would ... be an absurd oversimplification.”"