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synonyms for liquoring

  • booze
  • grog
  • imbibe
  • liquor
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How to use liquoring in a sentence

Not so neither, my organ-pipe squeaks this morning for want of liquoring.
THE MERMAID SERIES. EDITED BY H. ELLIS. THE BEST PLAYS OF THE OLD DRAMATISTS. THOMAS DEKKER. EDITED, WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY ERNEST RHYS.THOMAS DEKKER
The skins may be dyed with acid colours after fat liquoring.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
That fellow we came over with in the passage out; he was a-liquoring down there and treating all the company.
ONE OF THEMCHARLES JAMES LEVER
At this place all halted to allow the thirsty an opportunity of liquoring up, which was done at the rear team.
FIFTY YEARS IN THE NORTHWESTWILLIAM HENRY CARMAN FOLSOM
If its splendid properties were fully known, it would be very largely used for fat-liquoring purposes.
LEATHERK. J. ADCOCK
The object of fat liquoring is to give softness, pliability, or waterproofness, and to feed the "empty" chrome tannage.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
The operation of fat liquoring is greatly assisted by heat, and temperatures of about 110 to 130 F. are usual.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
In finishing box calf the neutralization should be thorough, or the acid may cause trouble in dyeing and fat liquoring.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
However dyed, the skins are often struck out again after dyeing, and sammed slightly for fat liquoring.
ANIMAL PROTEINSHUGH GARNER BENNETT
The dye is also less liable to fade when fat liquoring follows the colouring.
LEATHERK. J. ADCOCK
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