Words nearby hooch
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Definition for hooch (2 of 3)
noun Military Slang.
- a prostitute's dwelling.
- any place, as a house, room, or shack, where a serviceman sets up housekeeping with a local woman.
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Watching her drown her sorrows in hooch and then get beat up by Crazy Eyes in the showers was ghastly…but great television.Inside ‘Orange Is the New Black’ S2, Eps. 6-12: About That Shocking Incest Scene|Kevin Fallon, Marlow Stern|June 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Everybody knows the hooch is getting you—and that is just what they all say—it's a shame—but it's his own business.
And I kept full of hooch myself, or I couldn't have stood it.
"Wiley won't be looking for anything but home and a stiff drink of hooch when he gets back to the world," she remarked.The Fifth Ace|Douglas Grant
He's be'n out there where they ain't no hooch, an' he's as good a man as he ever was—as long as he can't git the hooch.
Again he begged in vain for hooch—and was offered pilot bread and moose meat.