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- n. Alternative spelling of aquavit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Scandinavian liquor usually flavored with caroway seeds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. Scandinavian liquor usually flavored with caraway seeds
Bouncing Bounce Deuce and creating a sparse, white brick walled space outfitted with park bench-style booths, large U-shaped leather banquettes, and Calder-esque hanging fixtures, Van's specializing in Northern Euro beers, infused akvavit, and Genever-aided cocktails like the lemon/bitters/roobis-infused vermouth B Side Sling.
“I owe you an akvavit on that,” the American said.
Both policemen raised their glasses of akvavit in a friendly toast.
He also taught him to appreciate jazz music, play Norrlandsknack, and drink akvavit, all of which they enjoyed together at the end of most days given that Jili worked eighty-hour weeks and Olle had no wife or children.
Well, I can tell that winter is coming and that I am getting ready to submerge myself in novel-writing, because I just made three half pints of green chili sauce (future enchiladas!) and a quart of tomato akvavit cream sauce for the freezer.
And why the hell does she want me to serve sweet, sticky Prosecco cocktails instead of my refreshing akvavit and juniper berry punch?
Here, yu can haz all teh akvavit yu wants az token ov my grattytood fur it.
There we were, having had a perfectly civil time eating smorrebrod and imbibing a teensy glass of blackberry akvavit (because Wendy's parents, being from the Continent, were very cosmopolitan about such things).
More brandy and barrels of akvavit were being drunk in the city's taverns which were full of sailors released from their duties on the walls.
He had swallowed a single mouthful of the half liter when he heard, at his left, "What, no akvavit with, and you a Dane?"
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