[ UK /fˈa‍ɪ‍əwɔːtɐ/ ]
  1. any strong spirits (such as strong whisky or rum)
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How To Use firewater In A Sentence

  • If you've over-indulged in those fine New Zealand wines or given into the temptation to taste the Indian firewater made from cashew nuts, your body may not be thanking you the following day.
  • Reading your posts is like drinking firewater.
  • He hasn't had a taste of firewater in eight years.
  • They hunted, fished and stole ponies, and occasionally when a trader came and supplied them, they drank firewater and fought with one another.
  • Her voice was slightly hoarse from the firewater and recent awakening.
  • She had become accustomed to retsina but she really preferred raki, the homemade firewater of mountain villages. THE QUEST FOR K
  • Long ago, he divulged, after drinking the white man's firewater, he had lost control of himself, and Colonel Munro had ordered that he be publicly beaten.
  • Bulgarians begin the meal with a salad which is taken with rakia, the national firewater, and consumed ever so slowly.
  • Isn't it funny how changes of plans come so easily when firewater courses through your veins?
  • I had barely set foot in the door when I had a glass of firewater thrown into my hand by one of my mum's friends.
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