Liquorous

Liq´uor`ous

    (lĭk´ẽr`ŭs)
a.1.Eagerly desirous. See Lickerish.
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Many swoon-inducing desserts, including a giddily liquorous version of bananas Foster, are offered for a final course, as are artisanal cheeses, cognacs, coffee drinks, cordials and small batch bourbons.
nor does the feeling that our affairs might have been better managed move us out of range of ordinary disappointment; it is when we recognize that the loss has been caused in great part by others; that it needn't have happened; that there is an enemy out there who has stolen our loaf, soured our wine, infected our book of splendid verse with filthy rhymes; then we are filled with resentment and would hang the villains from that bough we would have lounged in liquorous love beneath had the tree not been cut down by greedy and dim-witted loggers in the pay of the lumber interests.
But to show why she is wrong, let's look at the poems she puts down -- first, at four lines of "Dust World" (1125-6), a poem whose setting is the liquorous twilight of a town on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, at a moment when the poem's speaker is about to go into a video rental store.
Languedoc muscat is a well-known wine, and other Languedoc wines have been described as "sweet and liquorous, something like Madeiras".