Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • “I am,” Mark said, taking a sip of a thick drink that the Ferengi said was called kanar.

    Distant Shores

  • It could be saving the universe from invading aliens, or discovering the perfect cocktail recipe that uses kanar.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • "I admire your dedication," Sen said, and drank the kanar down himself.

    Rosetta

  • The price he had offered was of course three times what Deru and Quark had paid that retired gul for it (they had paid in kanar and taspar eggs).

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • A few moments later, the waiter brought their orders, with Jattera's kanar and another Irish ale for O'Brien.

    Betrayal

  • Younger, in uniform, treating those at his table to the most expensive kanar on the menu, just as he always did at this time of night, telling Rom to bill it to a Cardassian trade mission that had gone out of business years ago.

    MILLENNIUM

  • This Cardassian, for instance, would order vintage kanar, and would always know if the Saurian brandy was watered.

    MILLENNIUM

  • And if a tired Cardassian soldier or Bajoran trustee would rather eat replicated Cardassian neemuk without benefit of kanar to wash it down or the company of luscious dabo girls, then Quark was just as happy not to have those lackluster, boring slugs taking up valuable space in his bar.

    THE FALL OF TEROK NOR

  • It was just that no one seemed to be sure what the mural was supposed to represent—until finally, that first night, when much kanar had been consumed and two glinns had already been dragged off tothe Infirmary after a particularly brutish fight which fortunately had lasted long enough for Quark to take bets and clear five slips of latinum, Dukat toasted the mural in such a way that it was clear what he thought it was.

    MILLENNIUM

  • It was just that no one seemed to be sure what the mural was supposed to represent—until finally, that first night, when much kanar had been consumed and two glinns had already been dragged off to the Infirmary after a particularly brutish fight which fortunately had lasted long enough for Quark to take bets and clear five slips of latinum, Dukat toasted the mural in such a way that it was clear what he thought it was.

    THE FALL OF TEROK NOR

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.