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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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vermouthver‧mouth /ˈvɜːməθ $ vərˈmuːθ/ noun [uncountable]  DFDan alcoholic drink made from wine with herbs and spices dry vermouth
Examples from the Corpus
vermouthAdd pears, thyme, pepper, chilies, and vermouth.Combining the three ounces of gin and vermouth that you stir you will end up with a four-ounce martini.A martini called for gin, vermouth, lemon, and an olive.Joshua Morris sipped his vermouth and felt his strength returning in waves.Add the tarragon from inside the birds to the juices in the roasting pan and deglaze with a little vermouth.Place upside down in a dish and pour over the butter, sprinkle with salt and add a tablespoon of vermouth.I rarely use sherry, preferring vermouth for a cleaner taste, or brandy to deglaze any juices.Cool slightly. 2 Place in a processor with the vermouth, blend for 1min.
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