[ kawr-juhl or, esp. British, -dee-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cordials
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It was on the railroad he had dropped that hint about a supply of cordials in all fire-escapes.

That's what your doctors was doing with their tonics and cordials.

For the wounded there were bandages; for the sick there were cordials, wines, and medicines.

He bespoke also a dozen of their best wine; and some cordials for me.

They eat with us, and every evening pay for wine and cordials, which all hands drink.

I am glad the medicines and the cordials bore the fatigue of their journey so well.

In treating of cordials, it is most advisable that they be home made.

Away to perdition with your cordials, or I set the dogs on you.

It reminds one of the odour of almonds, and of Noyau cordials.

Do you chance to know if madame has any cordials or spirits?