Definition of Dry vermouth
1. Noun. Dry pale amber variety.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dry Vermouth
Literary usage of Dry vermouth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventure Guide Maui by Sharon Hamblin (2005)
"... with Smirnoff vodka, dry vermouth and lemon twist and low-carb beer. $$ Teppan-Yaki Dan. A fusion of European and Pacific cuisines. ..."
2. A Tankard of Ale: An Anthology of Drinking Songs by Theodore Maynard (1920)
"... started with some dry vermouth; Some ancient sherry, with a golden glow; Then many flagons of the soul of fruit Such as Burgundian vineyards only grow; ..."
3. Bucks County & the Delaware River Valley Aliveby Shari Mycek by Shari Mycek (2002)
"... Creamsicle (Stoli Ohranj, Stoli Vanil, Licor 43 and a splash of orange juice); and Old Blue Eyes (Bombay Sapphire gin with dry vermouth and Blue ..."
4. Jason: A Romance by Justus Miles Forman (1908)
"Captain Stewart raised his little glass of dry vermouth in an old-fashioned salute and drank it. "You," said he—"you were—ah, full of some idea of ..."