liquor

Chicken vs Liquor - What's the difference?

chicken | liquor |


As a proper noun chicken

is a cdp in alaska.

As a noun liquor is

(obsolete) a liquid.

As a verb liquor is

to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Liquor vs Vintage - What's the difference?

liquor | vintage |


In lang=en terms the difference between liquor and vintage

is that liquor is to cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess while vintage is to make (wine) from grapes.

As nouns the difference between liquor and vintage

is that liquor is (obsolete) a liquid while vintage is the yield of grapes or wine from a vineyard or district during one season.

As verbs the difference between liquor and vintage

is that liquor is to drink liquor, usually to excess while vintage is to harvest (grapes).

As an adjective vintage is

(attributively) of or relating to a vintage, or to wine identified by a specific vintage.

Booze vs Liquor - What's the difference?

booze | liquor |


As nouns the difference between booze and liquor

is that booze is (slang) any alcoholic beverage while liquor is (obsolete) a liquid.

As verbs the difference between booze and liquor

is that booze is (slang) to drink alcohol while liquor is to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Beverage vs Liquor - What's the difference?

beverage | liquor |


As nouns the difference between beverage and liquor

is that beverage is a liquid to consume, usually excluding water; a drink this may include tea, coffee, liquor, beer, milk, juice, or soft drinks while liquor is (obsolete) a liquid.

As a verb liquor is

to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Verb vs Liquor - What's the difference?

verb | liquor |


As nouns the difference between verb and liquor

is that verb is verb while liquor is (obsolete) a liquid.

As a verb liquor is

to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Liquor vs Extract - What's the difference?

liquor | extract | Synonyms |

Liquor is a synonym of extract.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between liquor and extract

is that liquor is (obsolete) a drinkable liquid while extract is (obsolete) a peculiar principle (fundamental essence) once erroneously supposed to form the basis of all vegetable extracts; -- called also the extractive principle.

In lang=en terms the difference between liquor and extract

is that liquor is to cause someone to drink liquor, usually to excess while extract is to take by selection; to choose out; to cite or quote, as a passage from a book.

As nouns the difference between liquor and extract

is that liquor is (obsolete) a liquid while extract is that which is extracted or drawn out.

As verbs the difference between liquor and extract

is that liquor is to drink liquor, usually to excess while extract is to draw out or forth; to pull out; to remove forcibly from a fixed position, as by traction or suction, etc.

Wikidiffcom vs Liquor - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | liquor |


As a noun liquor is

(obsolete) a liquid.

As a verb liquor is

to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Liquor vs Drippings - What's the difference?

liquor | drippings | Synonyms |

Liquor is a synonym of drippings.


As nouns the difference between liquor and drippings

is that liquor is (obsolete) a liquid while drippings is .

As a verb liquor

is to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Liquor vs Spirit - What's the difference?

liquor | spirit |


As nouns the difference between liquor and spirit

is that liquor is (obsolete) a liquid while spirit is spirit (alcohol).

As a verb liquor

is to drink liquor, usually to excess.

Liquor vs Juice - What's the difference?

liquor | juice | Synonyms |

Liquor is a synonym of juice.


As a noun liquor

is (obsolete) a liquid.

As a verb liquor

is to drink liquor, usually to excess.

As an acronym juice is

(space|esa).

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