from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Beer.
- n. Slang A serving of beer.
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- n. beer
- n. A serving of beer.
On the other hand, if by "brewski" you mean coffee, Seventh Avenue can accommodate you many times over, likewise if you're looking for a new cell phone, a manicure or a refi.
He rates races on a "brewski" scale; four brewskis are given to a race that was so painful that a year of recovery is needed to forget it.
The dialogue is far from special as all the oiks talk like Ali G, and our yuppies talk in cliché and use words like "brewski".
Once inside, I found myself disappointed to find a bland platter of nothing more than carrots& celery with ranch dressing [semi-fresh, at that; it was picked up from a convenience store around the corner, I gleaned from overheard conversation later] and a sole, glum keg of Pabst Blue Ribbon ™ brewski.
It classes things up, even if you're just drinking a brewski after mowing the lawn. $11, makr.com
“Well, men,” Thad began in a solemn tone, “this sounds like a brewski moment to me.”
In juxtaposition, Mandrake welcomes blue jeans, Toms and houses a minimalist environment to sip a brewski.
Yes - all of that hard laundry labor always makes me want a cold brewski too.
Once inside, I found myself disappointed to find a bland platter of nothing more than carrots & celery with ranch dressing semi-fresh, at that; it was picked up from a convenience store around the corner, I gleaned from overheard conversation later and a sole, glum keg of Pabst Blue Ribbon ™ brewski.
However, they seem to have an allergic reaction to brewski and tailgating parties where MANLY MEN like yourself blow off steam and TEABAG or whatever you members of TEH RESISTANCE do …
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