lager

[ lah-ger, law- ]SEE DEFINITION OF lager

Synonyms for lager

MOST RELEVANT
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAGER

"I wouldn't mind having a glass of lager beer," acknowledged the other.

I will stand the lager, as that will probably be more to your taste.

We had better omit the "Lager," and begin "Die Piccolomini."

The talk of the soldiers in the "Lager" she pointed out to me as "just what it would be."

Under the use of iron and lager beer she recovered her health and strength.

Steam beer and lager was five cents a glass and whiskey ten cents.

The men could not be intimidated, and they were sent back to the Lager.

This was supplemented by lager, called for the day ‘blue ribbon beer’.

English lager I must say I have never liked; perhaps I have been unlucky in my specimens.

The beer made resembles the German lager, and is often excellent.

WORD ORIGIN

1858, American English, short for lager beer (1845), from German Lagerbier "beer brewed for keeping" some months before being drunk, from Lager "storehouse" (see lair) + Bier "beer."

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LAGER

beer

nounalcoholic beverage made from malted grain
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.