A liquid obtained by cooking meat or vegetables (or both). (noun)
Strong alcoholic drink derived from fermentation and distillation. (noun)
To drink liquor, usually to excess. (verb)
To cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess. (verb)
To grease. (verb)
Examples of word liquor
The week before, however, in a speech to the AFL-CIO convention in Hartford, Lieberman used the phrase liquor store.
When the liquor is about 70°, it is generally tunned off into a large vat or cask for it to ferment.
December 27th, 2009 12: 56 pm ET there is an inherent danger to the presence of alcohol onboard an airplane, being in liquor bottles or after shave, as they can be used as an accelerant. wIth a piece of cloth or string and a match or a cig lighter ... why do we still allow that onboard?
Also, I find it interesting that preference for liquor is pretty consistent across all categories.
“Also, I find it interesting that preference for liquor is pretty consistent across all categories.”