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synonyms for rums

  • alcohol
  • drink
  • liquor
  • rum
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How to use rums in a sentence

Presently the fifes and rums played tattoo, and the boys began preparations for turning in.
SI KLEGG, BOOK 2 (OF 6)JOHN MCELROY
The captain's idea of a pleasant evening was to sit in the bar-parlour of the Sun Inn and drink interminable hot rums.
JACK O' JUDGMENTEDGAR WALLACE
To these succeed, by command of Mr. Smallweed, "three Cheshires;" and to those, "three small rums."
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOL. V, NO. XXIX., OCTOBER, 1852VARIOUS
Naturally the men rejoiced more when they caught cognacs, rums, gins, everything that burned the mouth.
THE FTE AT COQUEVILLEEMILE ZOLA
I was crossing foils with a large broker in brandies, rums, and champagnes.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 2HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
The result of all this was that the young man who had sunk to the lowest depths of degradation, was rescued from rums power.
THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF BEN HOGAN, THE WICKEDEST MAN IN THE WORLDBENEDICT HOGAN
To these succeed, by command of Mr. Smallweed, "three Cheshires," and to those "three small rums."
BLEAK HOUSECHARLES DICKENS
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