brandy

All Noun
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  • However the production of brandy has taken place on a commercial scale.
  • If you're the man who makes gold, you might buy two brandies for us. Cited from The Road to Damascus, by August Strindberg
  • The very few cut brandies of West German origin do not use these names.
  • On meeting his future wife for the first time, George called for a glass of brandy.
  • Some brandy is also produced in the north where fruit is more readily available.
  • Brandy was also a starting guard and a captain for the basketball team.
  • For three months the twelve men on the island had been without rice or brandy.
  • With this he started up the tree, and disappeared among its thick brandies. Cited from Raftmates, by Kirk Munroe
  • Brandy says she wanted to tell Joe in person, but never had the opportunity.
  • He had to fortify himself with two brandies before he could get up to his own room. Cited from The Mystery of the Four Fingers, by Fred M. White
  • In the music video, Brandy made an appearance towards the end.
  • The book features a list of Brandy's musical, television, and movie appearances.
  • The book features a list of Brandy's musical, television, and movie appearances.
  • She was expected to work alongside Brandy as well in the future.
  • His first idea is to make a copper still and sell brandy for a living.
  • It became Brandy's first single to chart without an actual single release or a video.
  • It became Brandy's first single to chart without an actual single release or a video.
  • It is found throughout central Spain and for many years served as the base for Spanish brandy.
  • No Californian could drink so much brandy as he with so little effect.
  • Plans eventually fell through though, also because Brandy was involved in a fatal car crash.
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Meaning of brandy

  • noun Distilled from wine or fermented fruit juice