from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that makes or repairs boilers.
- n. Slang A drink of whiskey with a beer chaser.
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- n. A person qualified to make or repair boilers.
- n. A whiskey with a beer chaser.
Plastic shot glasses float, and are consequently completely unusable for any of the so-called "boilermaker" drinks.
The carpenter at his bench, the blacksmith by his forge, the boilermaker clanging and clattering, are all warbling more sweetly than you.
You just have to be a bit of a boilermaker and electrician.
Rio Tinto offers subsidized accommodation and annual leave travel assistance for the job of "boilermaker."
So if you're interested in being a boilermaker at Rio Tinto's Gove power station in the Northern Territories, you could start here .
Nearby, union boilermaker Pete Etoler drew a line between protesting politicians and disrupting the highest-profile event in the Hoosier State's history.
His particular poison was a boilermaker of Guinness and Tullamore Dew whiskey, supped noisily and with relish.
The boilermaker is so popular in South Korea the country has now become the leading importer of several brands of blended Scotch.
Saint Patrick's Day is just around the corner again, boilermaker hangover at the ready, but the whole affair seems a little tired.
The bar's also serving $4 Jim Beam Rye shots if you want a DIY boilermaker.
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