Claret for youth, say I, sack for maturity, and strong waters in old age.
Where is she to buy her souchong, or her strong waters, except from us!
You have lost your head, my friend, since you took to cards and strong waters.
Even before he appeared, a reek of strong waters had preceded him.
All the Feringhis lay in a plentiful store of the strong waters.
There were Spanish wines, white and red mead, Puaz and strong waters.
Can you think of no lace where we could get a drop of wine or strong waters?'
Beer for the lads of the forest, mead for the gleeman, strong waters for the tinker, and wine for the rest.
As surely as Mr. Gough is alive now, our ancestresses were accustomed to partake pretty freely of strong waters.
He opened the strong waters and drank bottle after bottle until he had emptied nine.