Definition of grog
Origin of grog
Words nearby grog
How to use grog in a sentence
Herschbach recalls attending one party with a fire blazing in a courtyard and plenty of grog to go round.
A good dinner solves many a difficulty, whilst the post-prandial cigar and a glass of grog, like faith, removes mountains.
It fully explained his eccentricities, John reflected sagely, as he mixed himself a grog.Tales and Fantasies|Robert Louis Stevenson
Why, then, what I have to propose will be nothing to a man like you—you found the beef wholesome, and the grog mellow!The Pilot|J. Fenimore Cooper
He had been drinking much grog and his face was flushed and angry.
I am neither a drinker of grog nor a gambler, and have suffered from him what I would suffer from no other man.