Definition of Absinth

1. Noun. Strong green liqueur flavored with wormwood and anise.




Definition of Absinth

1. n. The plant absinthium or common wormwood.

Definition of Absinth

1. Noun. (alternate form of absinthe) ¹

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Definition of Absinth

1. absinthe [n -S] - See also: absinthe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Absinth

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absinth (current term)
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absinthiating
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Literary usage of Absinth

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"There are three distinct processes in the manufacture of absinth, viz. : maceration, distillation, and colouration. The leaves and flower- tops of Artemisia ..."

2. The Year Book of the United States Brewers' Association by United States Brewers' Association (1916)
"(b) The owners and lease holders of absinth factories. ... 39 " Article 2 provides that the owners of lands on which absinth had been cultivated to July 5, ..."

3. The Year Book of the United States Brewers' Association by United States Brewers' Association (1916)
"(b) The owners and lease holders of absinth factories. ... 3* "Article 2 provides that the owners of lands on which absinth had been cultivated to July 5, ..."

4. Methods of Practical Hygiene by Karl Bernhard Lehmann (1893)
"Only one fine liqueur has experienced a fairly unanimous decision and condemnation, ie, absinth. It derives from wormwood (Artemisia ..."

5. Beverages and Their Adulteration: Origin, Composition, Manufacture, Natural by Harvey Washington Wiley (1919)
"... the absinth habit has not gained any great vogue in the United States, and it is hoped that before such an unfortunate state of affairs as existed in ..."

6. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"There are three distinct processes in the manufacture of absinth, viz. : maceration, distillation, and colouration. The leaves and flower- tops of Artemisia ..."

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