After a hasty lunch in the dining hall, the Hollands hit Bowdoin, drop me at the airport, and set off for Williams College.
By the time they are done, the Hollands will have covered 1,529 miles, more than half the width of the continental United States.
These were friendly people, and they had all called on the Hollands the previous year.
And now I've told you the yarn, so I will have a drop of Hollands and go to bed.
She has secured a trifling comfort, a bottle of 'Hollands gin.' '
Think of the good friends and the good Hollands gin and the good fires aboard of her.
One day we came in contact with a Dutch lugger, laden with Hollands.
Who drinks Hollands alone, and in a churchyard on such a night as this?
Hence the utter failure of any attempts to produce either gin or Hollands from the receipts usually published.
Go and tell Thomas that I want a lime-squash, no sugar, and a double Hollands in it.
"the Netherlands," early 14c., from Dutch Holland, probably Old Dutch holt lant "wood land," describing the district around Dordrecht, the nucleus of Holland. Technically, just one province of the Netherlands, but in English use extended to the whole nation.
A part of The Netherlands. Holland is a common name for the entire country.