Definition of Dry vermouth

1. Noun. Dry pale amber variety.

Exact synonyms: French Vermouth
Generic synonyms: Vermouth



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dry Vermouth

dry run
dry runs
dry season
dry seasons
dry socket
dry spells
dry steering
dry sump
dry synovitis
dry tetter
dry ton
dry unit
dry up
dry vermouth (current term)
dry vomiting
dry wall
dry walling
dry wash
dry weight
dryable
dryad
dryades
dryadic
dryads
dryandra
dryandras
dryas
dryasdust

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 ..."

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