from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Strong malt liquor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Old Slang Old beer; sharp or strong liquor.
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- noun slang, archaic strong
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LMAO @ stingo and ewu can beer na wa o! married men sef..no respect..
Of course, corruption wasn't general, or even common, but it happened in those good old sporting days - and whatever the purists may say, there was a life and stingo about cricket then that you don't get now.
They importuned me to drink something before I went to bed; and upon my refusing, at last left a bottle of _stingo_, as they called it, for fear I should wake and be thirsty in the night.
And serves out the stingo to each in fair rations.
Faith, there must ha'been some stingo in the ginger. '
I never touch a drop of stingo before twelve at noon or after twelve at night.
I was a bee, sucking sordid honey from life's fairest flowers, dreaded and shunned on account of my stingo.
They importuned me to drink something before I went to bed; and upon my refusing, at last left a bottle of stingo, as they called it, for fear I should wake and be thirsty in the night.
In a right bowl of stingo, in the which the Baron cheerily
Yorkshire stingo (good old ale), being much attached to stingo tipple, of the best double stout, home-brewed quality.