noun, plural pi·nards [pee-nar; English pee-nahrz] /piˈnar; English piˈnɑrz/. French Informal.
Examples from the Web for pinard
It's worth starving to death on singe and pinard for four months.One Man's Initiation--1917|John Dos Passos
Just then Pinard glided in at the door and came up to Queen Catherine, slipping in like an eel, close to the wall.
I have returned with the living, singing, greedy of life,—a bed of hay paradise and a can of Pinard the ecstasy of forgetfulness.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
"Pinard has disturbed your mind, Robertet," said the Cardinal sternly.
"Pinard has upset your mind, Robertet," said the cardinal, sternly.Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac