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whisky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
whiskywhis‧ky British English, whiskey especially American English /ˈwɪski/ ●●○ S3 noun (plural whiskies or whiskeys) [countable, uncountable]  DFDa strong alcoholic drink made from grain, or a glass of this
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whiskyHe saw her into the studio, checked that the heating was on, gave her a double whisky.A small bar was open in front of them bearing bottles of whisky and brandy.Like Dad, he was fond of whisky.His friend stood on the porch with him, agitating in his hand a paper cup full of whisky and ginger ale.I would naturally consider sympathetically any invitation to take part in clinical trials requiring ingestion of whisky for medicinal purposes.She concentrated on her drink to hide her embarrassment, deciding that whisky was all right.Instead he reached for the whisky bottle.
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