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Noun
/ˈalkəˌhôl/,/-ˌhäl/,
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alcohols, plural;
  1. A colorless volatile flammable liquid that is the intoxicating constituent of wine, beer, spirits, and other drinks, and is also used as an industrial solvent and as fuel

  2. Drink containing this
    • - he has not taken alcohol in twenty-five years
  3. Any organic compound whose molecule contains one or more hydroxyl groups attached to a carbon atom


  1. a liquor or brew containing alcohol as the active agent; "alcohol (or drink) ruined him"
  2. any of a series of volatile hydroxyl compounds that are made from hydrocarbons by distillation
  3. (alcoholic) characteristic of or containing alcohol; "alcoholic drinks"
  4. (alcoholic) a person who drinks alcohol to excess habitually
  5. In chemistry, an alcohol is any organic compound in which a hydroxyl functional group (OH) is bound to a carbon atom, usually connected to other carbon or hydrogen atoms.
  6. "Alcohol" is a song by the Alternative rock group Barenaked Ladies released as the last single and sixth track on their 1998 album Stunt. ...
  7. "Alcohol" is a single by American country music singer Brad Paisley. It was the first single from Paisley's 2005 album Time Well Wasted, reaching #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.
  8. "Alcohol" is a single by Brazilian band CSS from their first album Cansei de Ser Sexy.
  9. An alcoholic beverage is a drink containing ethanol (commonly called alcohol). Alcoholic beverages are divided into three general classes: beers, wines, and spirits. They are legally consumed in most countries, and over 100 countries have laws regulating their production, sale, and consumption. ...
  10. Alcoholism, also known as alcohol dependence, is a disabling addictive disorder. It is characterized by compulsive and uncontrolled consumption of alcohol despite its negative effects on the drinker's health, relationships, and social standing. ...
  11. Any of a class of organic compounds (such as ethanol) containing a hydroxyl functional group (-OH); An intoxicating beverage made by the fermentation of sugar or sugar-containing material
  12. (Alcoholic) A wine that has an out of balanced presence of too much alcohol.
  13. (Alcoholic) Anti-Sobriety Activist
  14. (Alcoholic) One whose continued or excessive drinking results in impairment of personal health, disruption of family and social relationships, and loss of economic security.
  15. (Alcoholic) The general effect of ethanol and higher alcohols. The taste is warming.
  16. (Alcoholic) The usual pastard and occasional sheople
  17. (alcoholic) N (person) alkoholismulo
  18. (Alcohols) The cataloged resource pertains to the structure, properties, and reactions of alcohols—organic compounds containing the hydroxyl functional group.
  19. (Alcohols (Industrial)) Common types used in cleaning products are Methyl, Ethyl, and Isopropyl. These are used to increase the solvency and cleaning ability without residue.
  20. (Alcohols) A group of colorless organic alkyl compounds containing a hydroxyl (HO) group, often made from petroleum hydrocarbons. Widely used as anti-freeze, solvents, pharmaceuticals, and chemical and plastic intermediates. ...
  21. Common to all liquor. Ethyl alcohol, spirits distilled from grain, grape, fruit and cane are most common.
  22. A class of organic compounds which has an OH group covalently bonded to a carbon atom.
  23. a central nervous system (CNS) depressant that is rapidly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and metabolized in the liver. Moderate doses produce disinhibition, while heavier doses produce cognitive and motor impairment and a decreased level of consciousness. ...
  24. One of the principal elements in wine, providing it with strength and character. See also Balance.
  25. Commonly used term for ethyl alcohol or ethanol, C2H5OH. It is the product of the fermentation of sugars by yeast. It doesn't taste of anything, but has profound biological effects, which most wine drinkers are no doubt familiar with. ...