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- noun plural Strong alcoholic liquors, such as whiskey or gin.
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- noun any type of strongly alcoholic beverage prepared by distillation of an alcohol-containing fermented material.
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- noun A strong
distilled alcoholic liquoror whiskey
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- noun strong distilled liquor or brandy
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First attested 1471, from its inflammability; see etymology section of ardent.
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