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sherrysher‧ry /ˈʃeri/ noun (plural sherries) [countable, uncountable]  DFDa pale or dark brown strong wine, originally from Spain
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sherryAdd gin and sherry and carefully ignite.As a result of these processes, madeira wine gained qualities which made it a rival of port and sherry.This particular whisky is aged in oak barrels used previously for sherry.Old Crumwallis said I could have a glass of sherry.Well, I shall have a small sherry.He's off abroad or swigging sherry in some London drawing-room.He accepted them without noticing them or where he was, because of the naturalness of it and the sherry on top of shock.This sherry treatment is not merely for VIPs.
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