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I had been losing cursedly at cards that day, and mine host's wine had a dash of usquebaugh in it, I dare swear.
His wife departed, muttering to herself, and the reverend Gideon pulled out of his capacious pocket a flask of usquebaugh.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
What is the world coming to when fresh beef and usquebaugh are crowded to the wall by bad-smelling water!
THE FAT OF THE LANDJOHN WILLIAMS STREETER
A mutchkin o' usquebaugh for ilka man,' shouted a burly flesher, ''tis mair heartenin'.'
But her diseased mind required stronger stimulants, and sought them in gallantry, in basset, and in usquebaugh.
I shall want a bottle or two of sack, and a flask of usquebaugh.
Three drams of usquebaugh you drank with Dan Deasy's ducats.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
Pull away at the usquebaugh, man, and swallow Dutch courage, since thine English is oozed away.
WESTWARD HO!CHARLES KINGSLEY
To make verses to the widow, on the other hand, came as easy as sipping usquebaugh or metheglin.
The world loved him, and he saw no reason why he should not in return love its venison and its usquebaugh.

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