A distilled anise flavored liquor made from anise, grande wormwood and other herbs.
(uncountable) An intoxicating beverage made by the fermentation of sugar or sugar-containing material.
(context, organic chemistry, countable) Any of a class of organic compounds (such as ethanol) containing a hydroxyl functional group(-OH).
(given name, male, from Greek, ), most famously held by Wikipedia:Alexander the Great, Alexander the Great.
A liqueur originating from Italy, flavored with almonds or the pits from apricots, peaches, cherry, cherries, or other stone-fruits.
a type of Spanish wine; a pale, dry sherry
A French alcoholic liqueur flavored with anise
a type of brandy made from apples
Apple brandy, a distilled alcoholic beverage made from applejuice. The domestic equivalent of Calvados.
A Scandinavian liquor that is 40% alcohol and distilled from potato or grain mash. Also called akvavit.
A Polish, Ukrainian, or Russian drink that is a precursor or variant of vodka. Also called okovita.
(alchemy) An aqueous solution of alcohol typically prepared by distilling wine.
(context, chemistry, archaic) A concentrated aqueous solution of ethanol.
(context, beverages) French brandy / cognac.
A strong distilled alcoholic liquor or whiskey
"Even then I realized the possibilities of my suburb, that hotbed of revolution in which heroes, inventors, and practical men of science, rogues and scoundrels, virtues and vices, were all packed together by poverty, stifled by necessity, drowned in drink, and consumed by ardent spirits."
A pleasant spicy or fragrant smell.
I love the of cinnamon.
A name in the East Indies and the Indian islands for all ardent spirits often distilled from a fermented mixture of rice, molasses, and palm wine.