[ noun ] (food) made from fermented mash of grain
Used in print(Tristram Coffin, Not to the Swift....)
The Colonel ordered that it be wiped_out , and I suggested , ' You ask for volunteers , and promise each man on the patrol a quart of whisky , ten dollars and a week-end pass to Davao ' .(Robert Penn Warren, Wilderness....)
Once covertly looking at Simms_Purdew , the only man in the world whom he hated , he had seen the heavy , slack , bestubbled jaw open and close to emit the cruel , obscene banter , and had seen the pale blue eyes go watery with whisky and merriment , and suddenly he was not seeing the face of that vile creature .
Now , Adam , in the gray light of afternoon , stared across at the hut opposite his tent , and thought_of Simms_Purdew lying in there in the gloom , snoring on his bunk , with the fumes of whisky choking the air .(Ann Hebson, The Lattimer Legend....)
I aim to keep a_little whisky still back in the ridge for my pleasure '' .
`` Whisky still , my_foot '' , said Joel .