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Hollands

[ hol-uhndz ]
/ ˈhɒl əndz /
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noun (used with a singular verb)
a gin, originally made in Holland, in which the juniper is mixed in the mash.
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Also called Holland gin .

Origin of Hollands

1705–15; <Dutch hollandsch (genever) Dutch (gin)
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British Dictionary definitions for Hollands

Hollands
/ (ˈhɒləndz) /

noun
Dutch gin, often sold in stone bottles

Word Origin for Hollands

C18: from Dutch hollandsch genever
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