hard liquor

  1. an alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented
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How To Use hard liquor In A Sentence

  • This is by far the best method ever of guaranteeing you get hard liquor into pretty much any event.
  • What came in the wake of prohibition when it finally arrived were genuinely harmful intoxicants: heroin, morphine, hard liquor and tobacco.
  • Start guzzling hard liquor right off the bat and the binge is over before it started.
  • The injury caused him to pop painkillers and swill them down with hard liquor
  • He offered it to her and when she took a swig the hard liquor burned down her throat.
  • In parts of Europe, the legals legal drinking age for beer, and hardhard liquor, is 16.
  • Respondents who reported drinking hard liquor at their last drinking event were almost 12 times more likely to report that the event resulted in heavy episodic drinking.
  • Socializing before or after event: heavy on the wine, a mulled rum punch, beer, light on the hard liquor
  • In parts of Europe, the legal drinking age for beer, and sometimes hard liquor, is 16.
  • The article goes on to describe a lot of the dos and don'ts: beer or hard liquor or a glass of wine okay, splitting a bottle of wine dicey; steak or meat-dominated meal great, cooking for another guy (unless its a grill), or candle-lit dinner, nope; going dutch is best. Archive 2005-04-01
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