Do you suppose theyve found out about our putting that hard cider we found in the cellar into the pups milk?
The hard cider was kept in the cellar, the sweet cider upstairs.
hard cider nodded to me, with a keen glance from his little, bloodshot eyes.
"I'm not figurin' on makin' hard cider," said Anderson, with some irritation.
The Whigs are getting nothing out of the triumphs of log cabins and hard cider.
A mixture of guns and gingerbread; men and music; horses and hard cider.
No wonder that the supply of hard cider was almost exhausted within the next three days.
Old Smith had some hard cider to which cousin Csar had access.
Old men began the day with a quart or more of hard cider before breakfast.
I began to understand why our farmers are so poor, and I sent for hard cider.
late 13c., from Old French cidre, cire "pear or apple cider" (12c., Modern French cidre), variant of cisdre, from Late Latin sicera, Vulgate rendition of Hebrew shekhar, a word used for any strong drink (translated in Old English as beor, taken untranslated in Septuagint Greek as sikera), related to Arabic sakar "strong drink," sakira "was drunk." Meaning gradually narrowed in English to mean exclusively "fermented drink made from apples," though this sense also was in Old French.