[ US /ˈbɝbən/ ]
[ UK /bˈɜːbən/ ]
  1. a reactionary politician in the United States (usually from the South)
  2. a member of the European royal family that ruled France
  3. a European royal line that ruled in France (from 1589-1793) and Spain and Naples and Sicily
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How To Use Bourbon In A Sentence

  • Plus you will be amazed to see a scene stolen by a British Bourbon biscuit. Times, Sunday Times
  • He had the bottle of bootleg bourbon out and the glass beside it was half empty.
  • Vodka has very few congeners and bourbon has quite a bit.
  • I already had them figured for bourbon drinkers, and on receiving confirmation I poured a pair of doubles, left the bottle out and placed a tray of ice on the counter.
  • Outside, the box partitions are now planted with peonies and old roses such as Bourbon and Banksiae.
  • Spread over two floors with a stairwell between, gorgeous girls in Prada, Dolce and Versace lie back on couches sipping negronis, watching dashing men in Armani smoke imported cigars over iced bourbon.
  • He drained his bourbon and poured another glass. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a minister and educator to the hill farmers of north Alabama, Pickens was unbeholden to Bourbon patronage, and he was soon to wield his own printing press.
  • A little farther away, in the crowd, a young man with a blue tie and a fleur-de-lys in his buttonhole, sells pamphlets of monarchist poetry in honor of Louis de Bourbon for 5 euros.
  • This is one of the primary reasons why extended aging is not as important to tequila as it might be to bourbon or cognac.
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