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vinous

[ vahy-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF vinous
  • as inintoxicative
  • as inspirituous
  • as inalcoholic

Synonyms for vinous

  • alcoholic
  • brewed
  • distilled
  • fermented
  • inebriant
  • inebriating
  • spirituous
  • sprituous
  • strong
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VINOUS

Thus, Saint Antoine in this vinous feature of his, until midday.

It penetrated the vinous fog that beset the brain of Richard, and startled him.

The flesh is tender and juicy with a rich, sweet, vinous flavor.

And so does Tertullian, which liquor pressed from apples, he says, was most strong and vinous.

Might not the residue of the distillation of my vinous liquor have the same acidity?

The vinous fermentation, in which sugar is converted into alcohol.

Flesh white, vinous, juicy; ripens with Tillotson or before.

Fruit yellow, juicy, vinous, ripening just before Late Crawford.

They are of a perfectly sweet or vinous flavor, approaching to pure acid.

He ascends, if he does not tumble off, a vinous ladder of excellence.

WORD ORIGIN

1660s, from Latin vinosus, from vinum "wine" (see wine).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VINOUS

alcoholic

adjectiveintoxicating
  • brewed
  • distilled
  • fermented
  • hard
  • inebriant
  • inebriating
  • sprituous
  • vinous
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