kummel

NOUN
  1. liqueur flavored with caraway seed or cumin
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How To Use kummel In A Sentence

  • I expect we're way off the track," says I; "but I'd like to have you take a careless glance at the giddy old party over under the kummel sign in the corner; the one facin 'this way -- there. Odd Numbers Being Further Chronicles of Shorty McCabe
  • Sarelli lifted the kummel bottle and emptied it into his glass, with a steady hand. Villa Rubein, and other stories
  • Coffee and kummel; with the blue smoke wreathing up from their cigars Warren approached the subject of their business. Ruined City
  • He insisted upon drinking three glasses of kummel -- why had they not poured in maple sirup? The French Immortals Series — Complete
  • Then, half suffocated, Vogotzine flung the paper on the floor; and, with eyes distended with horror, drawing the caraffe of kummel toward him, he half emptied it, drinking glass after glass to recover his self-control. The French Immortals Series — Complete
  • The enormous quantity of kummel he had absorbed, together with the terror produced by the article he had read, had proved too much for the good man: his face was fiery, and he constantly moistened his dry lips. The French Immortals Series — Complete
  • Russia was honored in a similar way by means of a few bottles of kummel. Off on a Comet
  • Pour over them the following liquid, which has been made from a wineglassful each of the following but no other liqueurs, all mixed thoroughly together: brandy, kirsch, cointreau, benedictine, maraschino, and a touch of kümmel. The Romantical She
  • After Kummelskär come Musblötan, Käringskrevan and Bisaball, small inaccessible skerries where only fishermen and hunters can think of landing, and last in the series Klovharun, i.e. a haru (rocky island) that has split (cloven) in two. Archive 2005-06-19
  • After eating his usual copious breakfast, he had imprudently asked the waiter for a Russian paper; and, as he read, and sipped his kummel, which he found a little insipid and almost made him regret the vodka of his native land, his eyes fell upon a letter from Odessa, in which there was a detailed description of the execution of three nihilists, two of them gentlemen. The French Immortals Series — Complete
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