Brandy


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BRANDY. A spirituous liquor made of wine by distillation. See stat. 22 Car. H. c. 4.

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But the Admiral, after a pause, decided for the brandy at home, and made off in that direction.
Dirkovitch, who had devoted himself steadily to the brandy - the terrible brandy aforementioned - did not understand, nor did the expurgated translations offered to him at all convey the point.
You are pleased to set an altogether fictitious value upon half bottle of brandy we have left," he said.
At the end of that time he gave him a brandy and soda and placed a box of cigarettes before him.
I cautiously snatched away the brandy bottle as I spoke, and was in the drawing-room with it in an instant.
Give me some brandy for him first,' says the doctor; 'and then get him home at once.
Although he had only drunk one glass of brandy and water, his step was uncertain already.
says he, "I thought that," and went and sat down, without another word, except to call for brandy.
Any way,' said Sleary, after putting his lips to his brandy and water, 'ith fourteen month ago, Thquire, thinthe we wath at Chethter.
Mrs Bangham,' said the doctor, before he had been there twenty minutes, 'go outside and fetch a little brandy, or we shall have you giving in.
At this confession, Miss Nancy burst into a loud laugh; and, swallowing a glass of brandy, shook her head with an air of defiance, and burst into sundry exclamations of 'Keep the game a-going
We got hot brandy and water, and it revived us wonderfully.