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noun as in booze

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A post showing Musk drinking whiskey and singing on the roof went up on Instagram late that night.

So far, Eaves has blended barrels of whiskey to create two batches of Sweetens Cove.

Colorado Campfire Sour Combine the essence of a campfire with Colorado’s finest whiskey in this summer-friendly cocktail.

Every year in June, my inbox fills up with promotions for things like “Love Wins Gender Freedom LGBT Themed” rainbow cutting boards and “rainbow cocktail” recipes made with checks notes, uh, peanut butter whiskey.

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I always enjoy drinking a little whiskey, but doing it for a good cause is just icing on the cake.

His keepers fed the beast copious amounts of port, Champagne, and whiskey to pacify the persnickety pachyderm.

For Nick Offerman, of Parks and Recreation, the one is a thing: whiskey.

It seems like everyone wants to own Pappy Van Winkle whiskey…but is it worth it?

But there is no shortage of great American whiskey on the market.

This might not fool a knowledgeable whiskey drinker, but how many of those desperate for Pappy are knowledgeable whiskey drinkers?

He walked over to the table and mixed two tumblers of whiskey-and-soda, wondering why he had not thought of it before.

He paused, then mixed and drank another whiskey-and-soda, lit a cigarette, and resumed.

He told me that he was still extravagantly fond of whiskey, though he was constantly "running it down."

"Of course, no good woman wants to be Mrs. Whiskey Weston," said my friend grimly.

Quinine, cholagogue, and whiskey were prescribed in large quantities, and Peter wondered why they failed to cure.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to whiskey, such as: alcohol, drink, liquor, spirits, distiller, and hooch.

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