A strong alcoholic drink of the Middle East and the Far East, usually distilled from fermented palm sap, rice, or molasses.(noun)
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Use "arrack" in a sentence
"Some small quantity of wine is made among them, which they call arrack, but is not common, being distilled from sugar, and the spicy rind of a tree, which they call _jagra_."
"During this banquet, the king, who sat aloft in a gallery about six feet from the ground, drank often to the general in the wine of the country, called arrack, which is made from rice, and is as strong as our brandy, a little of it being sufficient to set one to sleep."
"It's made with a sinister-looking black liquor called arrack"