Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Refuse; lees; dregs; the wash or swill given to swine; specifically, the refuse of malt which has been used in brewing or distilling, given to swine and cows. Also called brewers' grains.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Refuse; lees; dregs; the wash given to swine or cows; hogwash; waste matter.

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  • noun dregs; the wash given to swin or cows; hogwash or waste matter

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Examples

  • They combined pot ale - the liquid from copper stills distillery equipment - and the spent grains used to make whisky, also known as draff, to produce butanol.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • "GreenSwitch" technology to combine a liquid whisky by-product called "pot ale," solid waste from the original whisky grain -- "draff" -- and woodchip into fuel for the powerstation.

    Fast Company

  • Researchers at Edinburgh Napier University produced a type of fuel called butanol using "pot ale" - the liquid residue from copper stills - and "draff," or leftover grain.

    Whiskey Biofuel Created By Scottish Scientists Can Be Used In Conventional Cars

  • Researchers at Edinburgh Napier University produced a type of fuel called butanol using "pot ale" - the liquid residue from copper stills - and "draff," or leftover grain.

    Whiskey Biofuel Created By Scottish Scientists Can Be Used In Conventional Cars

  • These are "pot ale", the liquid from the copper stills, and the spent grains called "draff", as the base to produce butanol which can then be used as fuel.

    Zee News : India National

  • The biofuel uses the two main by-products from the whisky production process - '' pot ale '', the liquid from the copper stills, and '' draff '', the spent grains, as the basis to produce the butanol that can then be used as fuel.

    PrairiePundit

  • The biofuel uses the two main by-products from the whisky production process - '' pot ale '', the liquid from the copper stills, and '' draff '', the spent grains, as the basis to produce the butanol that can then be used as fuel.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Edinburgh Napier University have developed a method of producing biofuel from two main by-products of the whisky distilling process - "pot ale", the liquid from the copper stills, and "draff", the spent grains.

    Portland Mercury

  • The biofuel uses the two main by-products from the whisky production process - "pot ale", the liquid from the copper stills, and "draff", the spent grains, as the basis to produce the butanol that can then be used as fuel.

    Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories

  • University produced a type of fuel called butanol using "pot ale" - the liquid residue from copper stills - and "draff," or leftover grain.

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  • "Worked to the bone, clad in rags, fed on husks and draff, infected by tropical fever, he sank into dumb beastliness. For two years his only consolation was a book, a tattered Geometry, and — picture this — when night fell he would repair to the beach and trace out on the sand Euclid's ideal forms by the pure light of the African moon."

    --The Winner of Sorrow by Brian Lynch, p 99

    July 12, 2009