liquory

liquory
\\-k(ə)rē, -ri\ adjective
Etymology: liquor (I) + -y
: marked by or given to or prompted by the drinking of strong liquor : boozy, liquorish

the glittering liquory boom which the heavy-spending war years had brought on — Life

liquory joy


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