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See definition of aperitif on Dictionary.com
  • as inliqueur
  • as inhors d'oeuvre
  • as incocktail
  • as inappetizer

synonyms for aperitif

  • alcoholic beverage
  • brandy
  • alcohol
  • booze
  • cognac
  • cordial
  • intoxicant
  • port
  • spirits
  • flavored drink
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How to use aperitif in a sentence

The man will bring you an aperitif while I escape from this accursed frock coat.
EWING\'S LADYHARRY LEON WILSON
One could easily stimulate desire for food by swallowing a strong aperitif.
AGAINST THE GRAINJORIS-KARL HUYSMANS
A French cafe was installed there, and two or three soldiers were taking their aperitif before dinner out in the air.
THE GARDEN OF ALLAHROBERT HICHENS
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WORDS RELATED TO APERITIF

  • antipasto
  • aperitif
  • canapé
  • cocktail
  • dip
  • finger food
  • hors d'oeuvre
  • munchies
  • relish
  • sample
  • spread
  • taste
  • tidbit
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