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1. tequila

noun. ['təˈkiːlə'] Mexican liquor made from fermented juices of an agave plant.

Synonyms

  • strong drink
  • hard drink
  • Agave tequilana
  • hard liquor
  • booze
  • liquor
  • spirits

Etymology

  • tequila (Spanish)
  • Tequillan (Nahuatl)

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Words that Rhyme with Tequila

  • dellaquila
  • dell'aquila
  • philomela
  • brambila
  • theophila
  • maquila
  • koskela
  • daquila
  • vevila
  • pietila
  • mattila
  • lassila
  • korpela
  • delila
  • deavila
  • anttila
  • aguila
  • opiela
  • abila
  • vila
  • sheilah
  • sheila
  • sheelah
  • sheela
  • piela
  • nila
  • neala
  • lila
  • lela
  • leila

Example sentences of the word tequila


1. Noun, singular or mass
Then measure sixteen ounces of your lemonade and four ounces of tequila.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
If you want a Margarita over ice just use eight ounces lemonade and two ounces tequila.

3. Adjective
Since agave wine is not tequila, it does not have the same strict requirements.

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