Etymology
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liqueur (n.)

"sweetened, flavored alcoholic liquor," 1729, from French liqueur "liquor, liquid," from Old French licor "liquid." See liquor, which is the same word but borrowed earlier.

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Definitions of liqueur

liqueur (n.)
strong highly flavored sweet liquor usually drunk after a meal;
Synonyms: cordial
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