Definition of Liquorish. Meaning of Liquorish. Synonyms of Liquorish

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Definition of Liquorish

Liquorish
Liquorish Liq"uor*ish, a. See Lickerish. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of Liquorish from wikipedia

- Liquorice (British English) or licorice (American English) (/ˈlɪkərɪʃ, -ɪs/ LIK-ər-is(h)) is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra from which a sweet flavour...
- David Harewood, Michael Nyqvist, Terry Pheto, Jason Kennett and Kate Liquorish. The three-part miniseries made its debut on BET on February 1, 2017,...
- Pearl Thusi, Andrew Buckland, Akin Omotoso, Precious Makgaretsa, Kate Liquorish and Tessa Jubber. The film was released on March 9, 2018, by United International...
- "was almost certainly a black cake, the portable lozenge used to make 'liquorish water', stamped with the castle lodge emblem of Pontefract to signify...
- Tattersfield, and Weizman severely damaged a British plane flown by Douglas Liquorish. Weizman's plane and two other British aircraft also suffered light damage...
- Henryk Lee Ross as Freddy Suzanna Hamilton as Stasya's Mother Sian Nicola Liquorish as Stasya Michael Byrne as Bolek Heather Tobias as Mrs. Studjinsky Leon...
- Your Brains" was a not-so-subtle lampooning of Alanis Morissette, and "Liquorish Vampires" was written about Timbs' experiences working in a coffee shop...
- tippling orthodoxy, and for that spiritualized bawdry which refines to liquorish devotion. In a sessional process with a gentleman in Mauchline, a Mr....
- Cobbett, in the character of Peter Porcupine, would write of her works, "A liquorish page from Fille de Chambre serves me by way of a philtre; the Inquisitor...
- (possibly a Maltese version of The Biggest loser) (2008–2009, 2011–present) Liquorish (2011–present) Deal or No Deal (2008–2010) Divided (2009–2010) Ħadd Għalik...
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