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  • n. spirituous liquor

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Spirituous liquor.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To walk sturdily; walk with state; strut.
  • n. A bird's tail: also, the tail of any animal.
  • n. Spirituous liquor, or a drink partly consisting of such liquor.
  • n. A sullen fit; a pet.
  • n.


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  • Just before breaking up, the crowd of young people partook of sowens, oatmeal porridge cakes with butter, and strunt, a liquor, as they hoped for good luck throughout the year.

    The Book of Hallowe'en

  • Syne, wi 'a social glass o' strunt, [Then, liquor]

    Robert Burns How To Know Him

  • Man vi låtsas som om man inte stöder kuppmakarna, samtidigt som man faktiskt inte agerar för att återinsätta Manuel Zelaya på annat sätt än att prata strunt.

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