any of a class of compounds, analogous to hydrates, containing chemically combined , as chloral alcoholate, C 4 Cl 3 H 7 O 2 .
Historical Examples

The first, by which liqueurs of the highest class are prepared, is the “distillation” or “alcoholate” process.
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The mixture of spirit, water and flavouring matters which distils over is termed the “alcoholate.”
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