A colorless, unsweetened Greek liqueur flavored with anise.(noun)
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Use "ouzo" in a sentence
"Erwin said the government was prepared to label ouzo and grappa as"
"British Minister for Africa Peter Hain has spoken out strongly against the European Union's reluctance to honour its trade deal with South Africa because of disagreement over the use of the terms ouzo and grappa."
"Greece has also objected to local producers using the word ouzo which it believed was unique to that country."