liquor[ lik-er or for 3, lik-wawr ]SEE DEFINITION OF liquor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIQUOR
He is never downright intoxicated, and never free from the effects of liquor.
He had been drinking, and the warmth of the liquor was in his voice.
Still I confess that liquor did all the mischief, as I had drunk just enough to make me careless.
The liquor was sherry, and it took nine bottles of it to lay us both up.
Also, for the most part, they were just then more or less in liquor.
Then put them into the stew-pan with the liquor or soup-stock of the first fish.
Lay the oysters in a deep dish, and then strain the liquor over them.
Take the liquor from the fire, and strain out the spice from it.
Then strain the liquor through a sieve, and put it into a kettle or stew-pan.
Then pour over them about half of the liquor, or a little more.