fond of and eager for choice food.
- lick·er·ish·ly, adverb
- lick·er·ish·ness, noun
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How to use lickerish in a sentence
Liquorish, now usually spelled lickerish, is allied to lecherous, and has no connection with liquor or with liquorice.Minor Poems by Milton | John Milton
Onc't they wuz tadpoles about as big as lickerish drops, an' after while legs growed on 'em.The Old Soldiers Story | James Whitcomb Riley
lickerish, lik′ėr-ish, adj. dainty: eager to taste or enjoy: tempting.
British Dictionary definitions for lickerish
lecherous or lustful
appetizing or tempting
- lickerishly or liquorishly, adverb
- lickerishness or liquorishness, noun
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