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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlicoricelic‧o‧rice /ˈlɪkərɪs, -rɪʃ/ noun [uncountable]  licorice.jpg x-refthe American spelling of liquorice
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licoriceTarragon: Another strongly aromatic herb, tarragon has a hint of licorice and a subtle tang.It has a warm, spicy, sweet fragrance with an overtone of licorice and cloves.A penny bought three jaw breakers or two sticks of licorice.A canister of Red Vines licorice sticks, $ 5 at supermarkets.
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