- licking river,
- licorice stick,
Origin of licorice
Examples from the Web for licorice
Hypoglycemia or Low Blood Sugar - Make a tea from hot water and licorice powder which you drink twice daily.Use These 15 Home Remedies Based On Ayurveda To Cure Menstrual Cramps, Hangovers, and Indigestion|Ari Meisel|January 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Two bottles of stout supplied the necessary lubrication, and there was frequent recourse to a box of licorice pastilles.
Not everybody likes licorice, but people who like licorice really like licorice.
Breakfast was half over when Licorice inquired of her daughter whom she had seen at Bury Castle.
About the nastiest of all candies are the licorice and the chocolate conglomerations.The Funny Side of Physic|A. D. Crabtre
Many times she had tried hard to scold herself into more love for Licorice, and had found the process a sheer impossibility.
This was Licorice Stick whose home was nowhere in particular, whose profession was everything and chiefly nothing.Pee-wee Harris|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
The leaves may be used pure or flavored with different substances, as licorice, syrup and molasses.
also liquorice, c.1200, from Anglo-French lycoryc, Old French licorece (also recolice), from Late Latin liquiritia, alteration of Latin glychyrrhiza, from Greek glykyrrhiza, literally "sweet root," from glykys "sweet" (see glucose) + rhiza "root" (see radish); form influenced in Latin by liquere "become fluid," because of the method of extracting the sweet stuff from the root. French réglisse, Italian regolizia are the same word, with metathesis of -l- and -r-.