[ lik-er or for 3, lik-wawr ]SEE DEFINITION OF liquored

Synonyms for liquored

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Yon stickll have tuh Wullies in a minute if hes not liquored.

We both got pie-eyed; I was all liquored up, and I guess she was, too.

I also have "liquored up," but I cannot say that I enjoy the process.

The boys downstairs respect you, sir, for the way you liquored.

Round as a globe and liquored every chink,Goodly and great, sailed behind his link.

In a few seconds we had all liquored, and the players once more took their seats around the table.

Whenever the sixteenth press has been liquored, &c., it is time to open the first press.

The Swan Inn, which may have liquored Holland's cavaliers, has borne much from later builders, but it stands on the old site.

Anyway, I'm liquored up just right to tell Old Man how the war broke out.

Threescore hulking Irish navvies were daily fed, liquored, and lodged at your expense.