Definition of Ciderkin

1. n. A kind of weak cider made by steeping the refuse pomace in water.



Definition of Ciderkin

1. Noun. A weak cider made by steeping the refuse pomace in water. ¹

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Definition of Ciderkin

1. a type of weak cider [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ciderkin

cicutas
cicutoxin
cicutoxins
cidaris
cidarises
cide
cided
cider
cider gum
cider house
cider mill
cider vinegar
cideries
ciderist
ciderists
ciderkin (current term)
ciderkins
ciderless
ciderlike
cidermaker
cidermakers
cidermaking
ciderpress
ciders
cidery
cides
ciding
cids
ciel

Literary usage of Ciderkin

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1. All Around the Wrekin by Walter White (1860)
"... Touch of Byzantine—The Ducking-Stool—The Chalice—The Effigy with the Hatchet—Fertility—Herefordshire Weeds—Cider and ciderkin— Battlefield of Mortimer's ..."

2. A Modern System of Domestic Cookery: Arranged on the Most Economical Plan by M. Radcliffe (1823)
"ciderkin, Perkin, Purre, or Water Cider. These various names are, in different parts of the country, given to an inferior kind of liquor, made by macerating ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1893)
"Penny (or Perry) moucher. A corruption of Berry- in01 teller, qv Perkins. The same as ciderkin.—NW Perk up. To get better, to brighten up. ..."

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