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- n. Variant of hooch1.
- n. Variant of hooch2.
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- n. Alternative form of hooch.
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- n. an illicitly distilled (and usually inferior) alcoholic liquor
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Rarely was the choice of potations criticised, though occasionally some ruddy eschewer of sobriety insisted that his lady "take the same," avowing that "hootch," having been demonstrated beneficial in his case, was good for her also.
After numerous half-hearted attempts, he arose one day about noon; then, having eaten a tasteless breakfast and strengthened his languid determination by a stiff glass of "hootch," he strolled out of town, taking he first random trail that offered itself.
People who were willing to sacrifice their lives, living in low-income housing or just sitting in their "hootch" under their ponchos, maybe in a crappy foxhole, whatever.
(A hootch is a long, single-story, stilted wooden building of typical Thai rural design.
Inside the hootch, Indian sitar music is mewing from an unknown source.
He proceeds through the mud surrounding the perimeter, tumbles down a makeshift stairway of mud and logs into the half-buried hootch, a clubhouse of sorts for his platoon.
Cheap hootch by the drink and slot machines -- now, there's a different kind of hazard.
So is the use of bath salt hootch for that matter.
I'm a mother of two small kids and it's really a hassle for me to cart them to some far-flung WA Liquor Store to buy hootch (as rare as that is) after I've already gone grocery shopping.
The colonel kept yelling orders, thendifferent orders; totally confusing him: Montgomerytorch that hootch!