Origin of rum1
OTHER WORDS FROM rumrumless, adjective
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How to use rum in a sentence
Remove from heat and stir in the walnuts, rum, powdered sugar, and salt until fully incorporated.
Heat the rum in a small skillet over medium until reduce by half.
Make a batch of these rum balls, climb into a onesie, and let your favorite movie do the rest.
Phonetic, made-up lyrics are another venerable tradition of folk music, and “pa-rum-pa-pa-pum” is iconic of the genre.Yes, I Like Christmas Music. Stop Laughing.|Michael Tomasky|December 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Both impart the experience of sitting with brilliant Cubans over a rum to debate the State of Cuban Intellectual Life.Book Bag: Great Books About Cuba|Julia Cooke|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The black sticks resembling lollipops are said to be compounds of rum, bullocks' blood and tobacco lees.
He was unhurt, but he moved with shuffling steps, much like a tavern-loafer soggy from rum.A Virginia Scout|Hugh Pendexter
Ive seen a lot of booze-fighters, and helped tuck some of them underground, but I never saw any rum hound just like this guy.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
The men were in a panic and the captain sought courage in rum, and was soon too drunk to handle his ship.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
Half a gill of rum to two of water was served out once a day to each man.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell