noun, plural shan·dies. Chiefly British.
Origin of shandy
Examples from the Web for shandy
Never had such a dinner taken place at the corner table, or, in fact, at any other table at Shandy's.The Shuttle|Frances Hodgson Burnett
She always turned in that cross manner from Shandy, the stable boy.Thoroughbreds|W. A. Fraser
This state of affairs is hardly reconcilable with any widespread knowledge of the first volumes of Shandy.Laurence Sterne in Germany|Harvey Waterman Thayer
With finger on her lips Poppea signalled that she wished to go to Mrs. Shandy's room.Poppea of the Post-Office|Mabel Osgood Wright
Mrs. Shandy had an express provision in her marriage settlement, securing her from the ignorance of country doctors.A Book about Doctors|John Cordy Jeaffreson
US shandygaff (ˈʃændɪˌɡæf)
noun plural -dies or -gaffs
Word Origin for shandy
"mix of beer and fizzy lemonade," 1888, shortening of shandygaff (1853), of obscure origin.