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liquorish

Line breaks: li¦quor|ish
Pronunciation: /ˈlɪkərɪʃ
 
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Definition of liquorish in English:

adjective

1 archaic form of lickerish.
Example sentences
  • You must picture Mr. Thomas Marvel as a person of copious, flexible visage, a nose of cylindrical protrusion, a liquorish, ample, fluctuating mouth, and a beard of bristling eccentricity.
2Fond of or indicating a fondness for alcoholic drink.

Derivatives

liquorishness

1
noun

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