They became quite jolly as cocktails and red liquor flowed and tingled their veins.
At sight of the red liquor the fury died out of the ruffler's face.
Sometimes, I put him to bed—-and, sometimes, I bought him a superabundance of red liquor.
But his gang, especially Bo Snecker, sure looked on the red liquor.
Peabody's stare dropped from that cryptic regard to the waiting brandy before him, the red liquor, odorous and maddening.
It began to rain shortly, that cold, damp rain that seems to go with a rough sea just as naturally as red liquor goes with crime.
By her side was a flaçon of red liquor, which was spilled on the rosewood stand.
So full was he of red liquor most of the time, that he was regarded as a joke except in his profession.
In the third glass, the red liquor will assume a violet tint.
Well, you couldn't wet dis old man's whistle wid a swallow of red liquor now?