grog definition

  • noun:
    • An alcoholic alcohol, particularly rum diluted with water.
    • an alcoholic drink made out of rum and water, specially that once issued to sailors of the Royal Navy.
    • Any alcoholic beverage.
    • a kind of pre-fired clay that's been ground and screened to a specific particle dimensions, also referred to as firesand.
    • a combination of character and water perhaps not sweetened; therefore, any intoxicating alcohol.
    • initially, an assortment of character and water served off to sailors, known as, in accordance with the percentage of liquid, two-water grog, three-water grog, etc.
    • Hence Strong drink of every kind: used, like rum, as a broad term and in reprobation. Compare groggery.
    • look at herb.
    • rum cut with liquid
  • others:
    • to produce into grog by blending with water, as spirits.
    • To draw out grog from, because the wood of an empty spiritcask, by pouring heated water engrossed.

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