Thesaurus / dram


The umpires, having partaken of a dram, shook hands and departed, as they had to drive out of town that night.THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB, V. 2(OF 2)CHARLES DICKENS
A grave-digger was carrying one of these deceased angels to the churchyard, when he stept into a tavern to take a dram.A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
Dat mean dat I wuz to mix de special dram dat I done learned from my gran'pappy.SLAVE NARRATIVES: A FOLK HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATESVARIOUS
They must have a dram together in a stall removed from the congregation of steaming men at the long bar.THE CRUISE OF THE SHINING LIGHTNORMAN DUNCAN
What avails the dram of brandy while it swims chemically united with its barrel of wort?DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS FROM ANCIENT AND MODERN, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN SOURCESJAMES WOOD
Morsfield poured out for the injured countess or no-countess a dram of the brandy of passion, under the breath.LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
They exchanged compliments with each other, and, as the day was very cold, proposed lighting a fire and taking a dram together.HUDSON BAYR.M. BALLANTYNE
Nothing can be done with the other jailers, but this one is a thirsty soul, ever ready to bargain for a dram.UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
Dr. Trotter asserts, that no drunkard was ever reformed by gradually relinquishing his dram.VEGETABLE DIET: AS SANCTIONED BY MEDICAL MEN, AND BY EXPERIENCE IN ALL AGESWILLIAM ANDRUS ALCOTT
I am myself of opinion that it was a dram-bottle, which someone raised a ghost to explain.THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. 1 (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY


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