whisky

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

  • One sheriff admitted handing out 6000 certificates, for which he was either paid a shilling or given a dram of whisky.
  • A table at the bottom compared the calorie content of 100 ml of beer with the same amount of gin, rum, whisky, cognac and wine.
  • The vodka and whisky are flowing and it's just about time to chill out on the sofa with a good film.
  • But he said when he wanted to lose weight he switched from beer to wine and whisky. The Sun
  • Light whisky is stored in seasoned charred oak casks, which impart little colour or flavour.
  • In a recent demonstration, Redding showed how someone who types "malts" into a search engine may land on a Scottish whisky-maker's site. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • Apparently, the contents of the whisky cupboard were undamaged, to the relief of all concerned.
  • Bhaiya, meanwhile, sent self-pitying letters from near Delhi where he was undergoing military training of his own trials in a world that he found ‘frightfully Poona: chukka, pukka, whisky soda and tiffin: still, I exist.’ Chaplin’s Girl
  • The Magistrate smoothed down his beard and inserted a small nip of whisky before replying. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES
  • Genever, Holland's version of gin, is often distilled from malted grain mash similar to that used for whisky.
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