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brandybran‧dy /ˈbrændi/ noun (plural brandies) [countable, uncountable]  DFDa strong alcoholic drink made from wine, or a glass of this drink
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brandyThe men drank brandy and ate kichel and returned shortly after to the streets.Otherwise it's months of planning up the wall, and Mr Churchill crying in his brandy.They talked a lot during dinner and then after a couple of brandies, went up to the bedroom.No more than one hundred are assigned to Wrigley Field for the forty-five thousand Bear fans, with their pints of brandy.I really can't stand the taste of whisky or brandy.Alice clutched the brandy glass, then set it down on the coffee table.One did not take to the brandy at ten o'clock in the morning!
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