noun, plural dai·qui·ris.
- daimyo bond,
- dairy breed,
- dairy cattle,
- dairy factory
Origin of daiquiri
Examples from the Web for daiquiri
And the daiquiri is simply lime, sugar, and rum, and lime, sugar, and rum is literally bulletproof.
A daiquiri is like a little vacation in a glass, and sometimes a little vacation in a glass with a teeny tiny beach umbrella.
Exactly a century ago, an obscure Cuban cocktail named the daiquiri emigrated to America.
It's simply not possible to be cranky when you are talking about making or drinking a daiquiri.
The daiquiri, named after a nearby village, was served in a tall glass packed with cracked ice.
Disembarkation of stores had been going on day and night, not only at Daiquiri, but also at other parts of the coast.Under the Star-Spangled Banner|F. S. Brereton
General Shafter, after inspecting the coast, decided to land in the notches occupied by the villages of Daiquiri and Siboney.Campaigning in Cuba|George Kennan
There were no docks at Daiquiri except a small wooden affair, old and out of repair.The Story of General Pershing|Everett T. (Everett Titsworth) Tomlinson
They had a little different method of doing it than at Daiquiri.Springfield in the Spanish American War|Walter W. Ward
"Tibet," blurted Ev unthinkingly; then he turned and glared at Cam as he might at a tarantula in his daiquiri.Telempathy|Vance Simonds
noun plural -ris
Word Origin for daiquiri
type of alcoholic drink, 1920 (first recorded in F. Scott Fitzgerald), from Daiquiri, name of a district or village in eastern Cuba.