How to Pronounce liquors?

Correct pronunciation for the word "liquors" is [lˈɪkəz], [lˈɪkəz], [l_ˈɪ_k_ə_z].

"Liquors" in context

Liquors are alcoholic beverages derived from fermented grains, fruits, or vegetables. They can be served either straight or mixed with other liquids like fruit juice or other spirits. Bourbon, Scotch whisky, vodka, brandy, rum, and gin are all varieties of liquors. Liqueurs, also referred to as cordials, are flavoured spirits made with an infusion of fruits, nuts, herbs, cream and sugar. They often contain much higher alcohol content than other types of liquors.

Different types of liquors have associations with different cultures, countries and even ethnicities.

What are similar-sounding words for liquors?


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