[ UK /fˈɜːkɪn/ ]
  1. a British unit of capacity equal to 9 imperial gallons
  2. a small wooden keg
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How To Use firkin In A Sentence

  • Her own father was a cooper in Kilaville and made the firkins there.
  • Firkin & Gryphon - pronounced "griffin" - is expected to open in the fall, said Peter National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals
  • Our first cask conditioned ale night will feature a firkin of Oatmeal Stout.
  • Firkin's new coat hung on him like a dreadnought, the sleeves coming over the nebs of his fingers, and the hainch buttons hanging down between his heels, making him resemble a mouse below a firlot. The Life of Mansie Wauch Tailor in Dalkeith, written by himself
  • Fire is a dull album punctuated by two great singles and two other good tracks, whilst the rest is dull, identikit garage rock that is usually confined to the realms of a pub band who've taken residency at your local Fart and Firkin.
  • If that wasn't enough he has provided T-shirts for the gang to wear on the ride (no yellow jerseys required) and thrown in five firkins of beer.
  • I visited the once famous Micklegate run last Friday night and had a pint in the Firkin public house.
  • Five firkins - that's about 360 pints or 41 litres - of Black Satin, his latest brew, were snapped up from his brewery.
  • Half-way between Luss and Tarbet the water narrows, but it is still wide; the new road, we believe, winds round the point of Firkin, the old road boldly scaled the height, as all old roads loved to do; ascend it, and bid the many-isled vision, in all its greatest glory, farewell. Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2
  • firkin" - a small keg where cask ale is fermented. News
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