An alcoholic liquor distilled from grain, such as corn, rye, or barley, and containing approximately 40 to 50 percent ethyl alcohol by volume.(noun)
A drink of such liquor.(noun)
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Use "whiskey" in a sentence
"Minnesota, an early adopter of such a law, uses the letter "W"—hence the term "whiskey plate"—on a plain white background."
"As also they have learned from the pale face the direful use of the fire-water, as they term whiskey, which is destroying thousands."
"Thady calls it their whiskey; not that the whiskey is actually the property of the tenants, but that it becomes their right, after it has been often given to them."