Origin of rum1
Related formsrum·less, adjective
Definition for rum (2 of 5)
adjective Chiefly British.
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Examples from the Web for rum
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.
Both impart the experience of sitting with brilliant Cubans over a rum to debate the State of Cuban Intellectual Life.
The outcome of the rum feud is critical for both Bacardi and Pernod Ricard, because the winner could net billions in future sales.
Pence shivered, in spite of the rum, at the thought of again having to face his tempter.The Solitary Farm|Fergus Hume
At a table, back toward him, sat a stocky figure, playing cards and reaching for the rum container at his side.Port O' Gold|Louis John Stellman
This is the rum of the Andes, corresponding to the cashaça of Brazil.The Andes and the Amazon|James Orton
What would you buy after that—after you had bought up all the rum and tobacco there was in the world—what would you buy then?Dreams|Jerome K. Jerome
Taken either in a goblet of sherry or in a mug of rum, or in half a pint of whisky, it never failed to revive his energies.Winsome Winnie and other New Nonsense Novels|Stephen Leacock