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liquor in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliquorliq‧uor /ˈlɪkə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  1 especially American EnglishDFD a strong alcoholic drink such as whisky syn spirit liqueur2 British English technicalDFD any alcoholic drink
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liquorBut the servant returned with a wineskin, and at a signal poured a liquor from it into the horn vessels.a liquor storeGently reheat the Light Leek Sauce with the cooking liquor.Huy forced himself into a sitting position by degrees and brought the empty jar of fig liquor into vision.The council passed the law governing liquor outlets Oct. 31,1995.He got used to drinking hard liquor at an early age.The man was holding a bottle of liquor in one hand and a cigarette in the other.A function of Temperance activities was to enhance the symbolic properties of liquor and abstinence as marks of status.He reeked of liquor and sweat.The unanimous vote was applauded by community groups concerned that liquor stores lead to more drinking and more crime.The clerk in the liquor store had recommended that she let this red wine breathe before serving it.