Tom and Jerry

noun Tom and Jer·ry \ˌtäm-ən(d)-ˈjer-ē\

Definition of Tom and Jerry

  1. :  a hot drink that is a combination of a toddy and an eggnog

Origin and Etymology of tom and jerry

Corinthian Tom & Jerry Hawthorne, characters in Life in London (1821) by Pierce Egan †1849 English sportswriter

First Known Use: 1845

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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