How to use grogshop in a sentence
Groups of men moved over from the grogshop to the chapel door.
The police barrack at Ballinascarthy was once a grogshop, given by the landlord to a dairymaid who had been long in his service.Disturbed Ireland | Bernard H. Becker
It was all sordid enough, and dirty—a typical frontier grogshop; but the thing of most interest to me was the proprietor.The Devil's Own | Randall Parrish
The fisherman in the jumper wavered to and fro between Christlove and the ancient grogshop.
The half-cured drunkard remembered putting down his head, and starting for the nearest grogshop on a run, with a yell.
British Dictionary definitions for grogshop
rare a drinking place, esp one of disreputable character
Australian and NZ informal a shop where liquor can be bought for drinking off the premises
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