Word usage examples
The Oxford bus wasn't due to leave for another quarter of an hour, so I had a well-earned-half at the pub and chatted with the landlord and his wrecky wife, Mr and Mrs Bladderby.
And the ludicrous business about going riding at least explained my wrecky clothes.
If mi mates ivver tempt me an get me to rooam, Aw sup pop when awm aght an sup whisky at hooam.
A bomb aimer was sick in the bar after drinking whisky mixed with rum.
Jamie had planned on visits only to the two Cherokee villages closest to the Treaty Line, there to announce his new position, distribute modest gifts of whisky and tobaccothis last hastily borrowed from Tom Christie, who had fortunately purchased a hogshead of the weed on a seed-buying trip to Cross Creekand inform the Cherokee that further largesse might be expected when he undertook ambassage to the more distant villages in the autumn.
He wanted to destroy them all, so that he would feel less lonely, and, in order to penetrate this absence with his annihilating presence, he left the jeep behind at a forgotten township where a green track ended and an ancient whisky priest sat all day in the ruins of a forsaken church brewing fire-water from wild bananas and keening the stations of the cross.
There was an opened quart of a very fine whisky in the cupboard, and Bingo looked at it speculatively.
He found a tin can --- possibly left in a leaky boat before its final boist to the davits --- and gave her a drink, to which he had added a few drops of the whisky.
Liethe hive at Kaiel-hontokae had been built within the buhrstone walls of an old whisky cellar.
After two sober nights, I inquired if there was anything to drink on board and Chi promised to buy a bottle of whisky from the sailors.