Their appetite for spirituous liquor, first created by the slave traders and subsequently excited by the colonists, is insatiate.
The original North American knew no fermented or spirituous drink.
The committee now agreed to tax ardent spirits, of Jamaica proof, fifteen cents; and all other spirituous liquors twelve cents.
He is a genial soul and generally liked in spite of his spirituous aroma.
Restrictive laws were early adopted as to spirituous drinks, and in 1667 cider was included.
It was filled with a noisy crew, as well as with tobacco-smoke and spirituous fumes.
Shebeen, an unlicensed place where spirituous liquors are illegally sold.
The air was thick with tobacco smoke and rank with spirituous odours.
Digitalis to be infused for a night in four ounces of spirituous cinnamon water, a spoonful to be taken every night.
The use of spirituous liquors, and flesh and fish is permitted.