brandy

Part of speech: noun

An alcoholic liquor distilled from wine.

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Usage examples "brandy":

  1. " I don't need any brandy. - "The Air Trust", George Allan England.
  2. He poured out some old brandy and drank it. - "The Twelfth Hour", Ada Leverson.
  3. The doctor did not answer for a minute or two, then he said, as if muttering to himself rather than replying to the captain's remark, " If we could only get her into dry clothes, or had a fire, or even a little brandy, but-" He did not finish the sentence, and the captain's heart sank within him, and his weather- beaten face grew pale as he thought of the possibility of losing his darling child. - "The Red Eric", R.M. Ballantyne.