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e- +‎ liquid


e-liquid (countable and uncountable, plural e-liquids)

  1. The liquid in an electronic cigarette that is used to produce the vapour.
    Synonym: e-juice
    • 2007 April, “E-Cig.com -”, in E-CIG[1], archived from the original on 2007-04-21:
      Categories: E-Cigar E-MiniCigar E-Cartridge E-Liquid Accessories ... E-Liquid: tobacco purified liquid with 4 different density.
    • 2008 March 29, John R. Polito, “Do Kennedy and Waxman know about electronic or e-cigarettes?”, in WhyQuit[2], archived from the original on 2008-04-03:
      Andy: It is far, far cheaper. I don't use cartridges, personally, I use a technique known as dry-smoking. Basically you put a few drops of the liquid directly into the atomizer chamber. An 8ml bottle of the E-liquid (roughly $5 US) lasts me around a week and a half to two weeks. Even when I did use cartridges, it ended up cutting my cost by about 1/3rd.
    • 2010, Mike Sands, Make Your Own E-Liquid: