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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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bourbonbour‧bon /ˈbʊəbən $ ˈbɜːr-/ noun [uncountable]  DFDa type of American whisky
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bourbonAdd bourbon and port and reduce over medium-high heat by half.Add bourbon, wine, stock, thyme, and bay leaves and bring to a simmer.A horrible orange blanket in my front room; drinking bourbon with my great-aunt Mary in St Louis.It maintains a portfolio of leading brands of Scotch whisky, gin, bourbon, vodka, rum and other spirits.But I fix her her bourbon and ginger ale with the dash of ReaLemon just the way she likes it.Jack had also brought some bourbon for himself.As the bourbon flowed into my bloodstream, I began to warm to the occasion.Jack marched back across the room and sloshed more Bailey's into her half-full glass before refilling his own with bourbon.
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