distiller

Part of speech: noun

One who distils; a condenser used in distilling.

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Usage examples "distiller":

  1. It was stated, however, that such a deviation would render the collection of the duty liable to great difficulties; and that it would not benefit the distiller much, since his price was enhanced to the customer by any increase of expense in the fabrication. - "On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures", Charles Babbage.
  2. Then the brandies- the distiller tells you proudly that Spanish brandy is made from wine, and contemptuously that French brandy is not- old brandies for which a toper would sell his soul; new brandies like fusel- oil; brandies mellow and mild and rich. - "The Land of The Blessed Virgin; Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia", William Somerset Maugham.
  3. Mr. Juggins, a distiller, 2000l. - "Coningsby", Benjamin Disraeli.