a cordial or liqueur flavored with aniseed.
Then too, she had often helped her mother empty a bottle of anisette.
L’Assommoir Emile Zola
Bibi-the-Smoker rose from his seat to fetch her a glass of anisette.
L’Assommoir Emile Zola
The alcoholic strength of liqueurs ranges from close on 80% of alcohol by volume in some kinds of absinthe, to 27% in anisette.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 6 Various
He returned to the table and drank a glass of anisette to steady his nerves.
The Belovd Vagabond William J. Locke
anisette liqueur may be used in place of the absinthe if more convenient.
The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book Victor Hirtzler
I also gave her some ginger-bread, a handful of bonbons, some Krishnu wine, and some anisette.
The Purple Cloud M.P. Shiel
All that weight of horror, between a good cigar and “a little glass of anisette, monsieur, if you won’t take champagne.”
The Secret of the Night Gaston Leroux
Come, we will take a glass of anisette, and talk of something else—your trip, your family.
Balcony Stories Grace E. King
I goin’ mek for you myself one anisette and one café royale ver’ fine.
Roads of Destiny O. Henry
I went to Jerez, with a letter from Pastia to a dealer in anisette whose house was the smugglers’ meeting-place.
Carmen Prosper Merimee
a liquorice-flavoured liqueur made from aniseed
“liqueur flavored with aniseed,” 1837, from French Anisette de Bordeaux, from diminutive of anis (see anise).
- Anisic alcohol
. a colorless liquid, the para form of C 8 H 10 O 2 , having a hawthornlike odor, used chiefly as a scent in the manufacture of perfume.
- Anisic aldehyde
. a colorless, oily, aromatic liquid, the para form of C 8 H 8 O 2 , having a vanillalike odor: used chiefly in the manufacture of cosmetics and perfume, and as an intermediate in organic synthesis. Historical Examples Treating the odorless solid with methyl alcohol we get audepine (or anisic aldehyde) which is the […]
a combining form meaning “unequal,” “uneven,” used in the formation of compound words: anisogamous. combining form not equal: anisogamy aniso- or anis- pref. Unequal; dissimilar: anisogamy.
anisoaccommodation anisoaccommodation an·i·so·ac·com·mo·da·tion (ān-ī’sō-ə-kŏm’ə-dā’shən) n. Variation between the two eyes in accommodation capacity.