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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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.
Heli back to the highlands for golf, clay shooting and glasses of moonshine on the treehouse deck.
Outback Steakhouse - Enjoy Patriotic Punch (blackberry moonshine, watermelon puree and country style lemonade garnished with fresh watermelon) for $6 through July 15.
Boat racing in Madison dates to the 1800s, when steamboat captains liquored up on Kentucky moonshine challenged each other to races on the Ohio at speeds reaching 10 mph.
On July 7 come taste its new Pirate’s Cove Rum, Bear Proof Brandy and Artesian Water (or, the stylish name of its moonshine).
Ditto some of the new characters — Chris Cooper and Margo Martindale provide the voices of veteran dirt-trackers and moonshine runners whose dramatic purpose fizzles.
The photo is of a moonshine still disguised as a water heater in Jackson Mississippi in 1968.
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Definition of moonshine for English Language Learners
: a kind of alcohol that people make illegally
: foolish or untrue words
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