Medical Dictionary

whiskey

noun whis·key
plural whiskeys or whiskies

Definition of WHISKEY

:  a liquor that is distilled from the fermented mash of grain (as rye, corn, or barley) and was formerly used medicinally as a sedative and vasodilator

Variants of WHISKEY

whis·key or whis·ky \ˈhwis-kē, ˈwis-\
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