Recent Examples of vodka from the Web
Step four: Wait for the vodka to evaporate, then, if necessary, dip your nails in water to remove any paper residue.
Astute attorney, die-hard Gators fan, vodka aficionado, fantasy football genius and a sports-car enthusiast, Charles Shields died unexpectedly Oct. 18.
And that group of girls with their cranberry vodka's definitely came up to the bar after us.
Russian to the White House paired vodka with elderflower and grapefruit.
Seriously, is there anything more hypocritical than a bunch of old farts sitting around getting sauced on vodka martinis while lamenting young athletes who smoke marijuana?
Whiskey, rum, gin, vodka — a lot of different varieties of booze are born in a nondescript suite in a San Marcos business park.
Another girl had a water bottle filled with vodka and cranberry juice.
Partner, general manager, and beverage director Jan Henrichsen infuses a few vodka shots, ideal for the raw seafood—one spiced with gochuchang, another herbaceous with tarragon, each garnished with bread and pickles.
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First Known Use: circa 1803See Words from the same year
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