Definition of Liqueured
1. liqueur [v] - See also: liqueur
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liqueured
Literary usage of Liqueured
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1891)
"These latter are always liqueured to suit the English palate and market. Only recently I have carefully tested and examined a large number of different ..."
2. Trilby by George Du Maurier (1894)
"There were to be more coincidences that night; it never rains them but it pours! So our three friends finished their coffee and liqueured up, ..."
3. A Treatise on the Origin, Nature, and Varieties of Wine: Being a Complete by John Louis William Thudichum, August Dupré (1872)
"It sometimes happens, however, that in spite of all precautions, the wine which has been disgorged or liqueured undergoes a slight second fermentation, ..."
4. Recollections by David Christie Murray (1908)
"At the time of which I speak, champagne was a liqueured and sugared beverage, mainly relegated to the use and for the enjoyment of the ladies. ..."