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Adjective
/ˈkôrjəl/,
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Warm and friendly,
  1. Warm and friendly
    • - the atmosphere was cordial and relaxed
  2. Strongly felt
    • - I earned his cordial loathing
Noun
  1. A comforting or pleasant-tasting medicine


  1. liqueur: strong highly flavored sweet liquor usually drunk after a meal
  2. affable: diffusing warmth and friendliness; "an affable smile"; "an amiable gathering"; "cordial relations"; "a cordial greeting"; "a genial host"
  3. politely warm and friendly; "a cordial handshake"
  4. sincerely or intensely felt; "a cordial regard for his visitor's comfort"; "a cordial abhorrence of waste"
  5. (cordiality) amity: a cordial disposition
  6. (cordially) heartily: in a hearty manner; "`Yes,' the children chorused heartily"; "We welcomed her warmly"
  7. Cordial is the tenth studio album from Québécois band La Bottine Souriante. It was released in 2001 through the band's own label, Les Productions Mille-Pattes.
  8. Cordial is a commercial name of the alcoholic drink being produced by Karlovarská Becherovka, a.s. in the city called Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. It is based on Becherovka bitter, but has less alcohol and more content of sugars, such as honey. ...
  9. A cordial is a type of candy, in which a fruit filling is placed within a chocolate shell. A well known confectionery of this type is the cherry cordial.
  10. A cordial is any invigorating and stimulating preparation; e.g., peppermint cordial. The term derives from obsolete medicinal usage, as various beverages were concocted which were believed to be beneficial to one's health, especially for the heart (cordialis in Latin). ...
  11. A concentrated noncarbonated soft drink which is diluted with water before drinking; A pleasant-tasting medicine; A liqueur prepared using the infusion process; A candy (or bonbon) usually made of milk chocolate, filled with small fruits (often maraschino cherries) and syrup or fondant; Hearty; ...
  12. (Cordiality) heartfelt; friendliness
  13. (cordiality) carıqlıq, cürеk açıqlıq, halal-lıq, taza cürеkli
  14. (CORDIALS) Sweetened spirits distilled from fruits, seeds, herbs & peels, same as liqueur.
  15. Cordials and Liqueurs are products obtained by mixing or redistilling distilled spirits with or over fruits, flowers, plants, or pure juices therefrom, or other natural flavoring materials, or with extracts derived from infusions, percolation or maceration of such materials, and containing sugar ...
  16. A liquor (or liqueur) made by mixing or redistilling neutral spirits. Fruits, flowers, herbs, seeds, roots, plants or juices are used and a sweetening is added. Most cordials are sweet, colorful and highly concentrated. Many are made from secret recipes and processes.
  17. Tonic herb that warm the stomach and stimulate cardiac activity.
  18. A liqueur, or sweet alcoholic beverage, most often consumed after dinner.
  19. a very sweet, fruit-flavored drink made by adding cordial syrup to water. Sweeter than Kool-Aid, red cordial especially has a reputation for creating a "sugar high"
  20. A cordial is an alcoholic beverage distilled with fruit pulp and/or juices. A cordial is similar to a liqueur, and in some places they are identical. When there is a distinction, it is usually that a liqueur is flavored with herbs instead of fruit.
  21. a sweetened, fruit-flavored drink, traditionally made without carbonated water. Cordials (pronounced kor'dee uhl) are very popular in the summer months. Kool Aid would fall in this category.
  22. (adj): sincere, heartfelt; courteous, gracious.
  23. a drink that comes in nearly every flavor and is diluted with water, similar to kool-aid.
  24. A liqueur; a sweet bottled concoction made from berries, fruit or herbs or a combination of those. Also denotes a mixed drink made from one or more liqueurs and served in a cordial glass.
  25. Liquors Containing a High-Sugar Content. Most Cordials have Low Alcohol Content and are Sweet to Very Sweet in Taste. Example: Kahlua, Bailey's Irish Cream, Amaretto, Chambord.