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- adj. Of or relating to Russians with tsarist sympathies in the period directly following the 1917 Revolution.
- adj. Of or relating to Belarus, literally "White Russia," or its language.
- n. A Russian who supported the tsar in the 1917 Revolution and the Russian Civil War (1918–20), and afterwords.
- n. A Belarusian person.
- n. The Belarusian language.
- n. A cocktail consisting of coffee liqueur, vodka, and milk.
- n. A strain of marijuana containing very high THC levels - in excess of 22%.
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- n. a cocktail made with vodka, coffee liqueur, and milk or cream
- n. a native or inhabitant of Byelorussia
- n. the Slavic language spoken in Belarus
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In the milky depths of the White Russian, she kept seeing Bernie being hauled back into the ether.
She took another sip of her drink, just as the White Russian arrived for Larry.
It was not long after Jung introduced Armstrong to Nazi agents that the White Russian decided that he could work the racket himself.
Eastern Motors -- yeah, THAT Eastern Motors -- is going with the White Russian.
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