Definition of licorice stick in English:

licorice stick

Syllabification: lic·o·rice stick


  • 1A stick of licorice candy.
    More example sentences
    • It bent the rifle into a circle as if it were no more than a licorice stick, then dropped it to grab its owner and ram his head against his partner's with an audible crack.
    • Tear one of the shreds of licorice off the big licorice stick.
    • It works, as the licorice stick nose gives way to a lightly sweet, soft and mouth-watering vodka that is delicate and refreshing, with some gentle spiciness on a clean finish.
  • 1.1 dated informal A clarinet.

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