whiskey

[ UK /wˈɪski/ ]
[ US /ˈhwɪski, ˈwɪski/ ]
NOUN
  1. a liquor made from fermented mash of grain
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How To Use whiskey In A Sentence

  • Distilled in the old Irish tradition this pure pot still single malt whiskey uses only the most natural Irish ingredients of barley and fresh spring water.
  • A great deal of whiskey is made in Scotland.
  • whiskey galore
  • The stills are generally made of naked copper; the acid works upon that metal, and forms with it the _acetate of copper_, or verdigrise, part of which passes with the whiskey. The Art of Making Whiskey So As to Obtain a Better, Purer, Cheaper and Greater Quantity of Spirit, From a Given Quantity of Grain
  • From the Whiskey Rebellion to the Know-Nothings to the reborn Militias of the 1990s, the eastern establishment has always had reason to fear the expression of a certain kind of cussed American individualism that rebels against what it sees as the encroachments of the state. Obama's Culture War
  • A famous roué who played the violin, swilled whiskey, ran after women, and could charm even the most bumptious crowd of voters. Suzanne Berne's "Missing Lucile," reviewed by Carolyn See
  • We return to our hotel to slug whiskey and create conversational doodles in the private bar.
  • The resulting alchemy, about an 80/20 ratio of corn to barley, is then aged in barrels that have housed French pinot noir and American whiskey, as well as new unused barrels. Tony Sachs: When the Leaves Turn Brown, So Does the Booze: Three New Whiskeys for Autumn
  • She explained that to get the full taste of a whiskey you need to add a little water.
  • Had a huge brunch (kumara latkes, venison and whiskey sausages, liver and onions, poached egg and apple juice) and now I'm digesting in the sunshine.
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