Spiced wines were much sold at taverns, sangaree and mulled wines.
At the which she screamed with rage, and threw at me a jug of sangaree.
Pinky had emptied her glass of sangaree before she was half through with her oysters, and kept urging Flora to drink.
“Like it all the better,” rejoined the major, with his head again half buried in the sangaree glass.
There was something in the taste of the sangaree that Flora did not like—a flavor that was not of wine.
There 'r' jujube paste patties, macaroons, and sangaree, Mars' Li'nel.
Napoleon wore a loose linen coat and a broad brimmed planter's hat, and looked as red as the sangaree, but nowise as comfortable.
I was remarking that sangaree and calipash, mangoes and guava jelly, dispose the heart to love, and so they do.
“Then sangaree Jack proved faithful, and told you the position in which we have been placed,” said Higson.
I'll have Betty bring you a sangaree; there's a fan on the window-sill, if you want it; I never have patience to use a fan.