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spir·i·tu·ous

(spir'i-tyū-ŭs),
Containing alcohol in large amount, denoting liquors.

spirituous

(spĭr′ĭt-ū-ŭs″) [L., spiritus, breath]
Containing alcohol.
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Yet the plant simile that Raphael introduces in Book 7 to explain how matter becomes spirituous suggests that neither woman nor matter is categorically excluded from the domain of angelic spirit and God.
The total amount of spirituous liquor sold in FY 2014 was of 12.
The step as Section 135C of the Representation of People's Act, 1951, which provides that no spirituous, fermented or intoxicating liquors or other substances of a like nature is sold during elections.
Just as it had previously been forced to adopt a policy of legal licenses for the importation and distribution of spirituous liquors to the haole residents and transients, so it now established a licensing system for nonmedicinal importation and distribution of opium--but only to Chinese.
By the year 1800, the popularity of punch had waned somewhat to be replaced by the stronger toddy, a drink of spirituous liquor diluted with water and sometimes sweetened with sugar.
51 2203 Beer made from malt--15,458 2204 Wine of fresh grapes--6,605 2205/6 Vermouth & other fermented beverages--556 2208 Spirituous beverages--8,687 2401 Unmanufactured tobacco; 27,688 3.
upon hall committees, to prevent them supplying spirituous liquor for
A spirituous woman of eighty fell down on faded sheets.
He further commented that "nearly all the social disorders of French Canadians are traceable to the use of spirituous liquors," and that the education of French youth "was much at variance with the English idea of encouraging a healthy youth and manhood.
They're spirituous about their spirits; just don't call them snobs.
When you are clear about spirituous products and terminology, you can explain the facts to your customers.