cocktail

[ kok-teyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cocktail

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"It's all right, but I'm afraid your cocktail will be tepid," he said.

Slum lowered his cocktail and turned a disgusted look on him.

In Trumet a cocktail is a dreadful thing; but here it isn't.

The first cocktail you drink will be the signal for me to clear decks for action.

Now had she been thoroughbred, I was all right; as a cocktail, I was all wrong.'

Pheola let me get her a cocktail dress in one of the women's shops.

Dick looked at the time and found that the cocktail had given him an appetite.

I'd like to be decent to her, but I can't stand the cocktail life.

Tom tried to hide his disappointment behind the cocktail glass.

If it had been a whiskey glass, or a cocktail glass, the results might have been fatal.

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