Examples of moonshine in a Sentence
Everything they said was just a load of moonshine.
during Prohibition, moonshine and “bathtub gin” were made secretly
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George W. Bush waited only a few days longer into his first term to erase convictions for selling moonshine and stealing $11.
The same goes for what might be the whitest of spirits (in the popular imagination, at least): moonshine.
At Sun King Distillery, Colt will oversee a 250-gallon still that will produce gin, rum and moonshine, plus various seasonal spirits.
After far too may swigs from the moonshine jar, Papa Wells (a terrifically stubborn and wild-eyed Woody Harrelson) challenges David to an arm wrestling competition.
Think of the selection: moonshine from Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’, sake from Morimoto Asia, a pint from Raglan Road Irish Pub and mojitos at Bongos Cuban Cafe, to name a few.
And an unaged whiskey is basically a moonshine, right?
A hint of moonshine: On the first floor, there's a glass case filled with mason jars behind the elevator buttons.
Mixed drinks were all the rage at speakeasies because the syrups, bitters, tinctures and liqueurs masked the acrid taste of the moonshine and bathtub gin, Volkening said.
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First Known Use of moonshine
Synonymsbootleg, mountain dew, white lightning
Related Wordsbathtub gin, red-eye, rotgut; alcohol, ardent spirits, booze, drink, firewater, grog, hooch [slang], John Barleycorn, juice [slang], potable, rum, spirits, strong drink, tipple
Near Antonymslevelheadedness, rationality, reasonability, reasonableness, sensibleness; common sense, horse sense, sense; discernment, judgment (or judgement), wisdom
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