The rummer is introduced by Hogarth into his picture of "Night."
Aunt was aghast at the mortalities among the rummer glasses.
Then I made him a rummer of toddy and sent him to bed a trifle comforted.
The rummer the go is, Adam, the quicker we ought to be about it.
rummer followed rummer, and still the Creole woman sang at intervals, and still the company smoked and drank.
rummer's standing in his class was 22, where Lyon's was 11 and Totten's 25.
Samuel Prior kept the rummer tavern near Charing-cross, in 1685.
Tom filled a rummer of grog, took half off at a huge sip, and put it down on the table.
The Coroner, having found no need to charge (except his rummer), left his men for a little while to deliberate their verdict.
Robert returned with his rummer, the glass spoon tinkling an invitation.