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vermouth

[ ver-mooth ]
/ vərˈmuθ /
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noun
an aromatized white wine in which herbs, roots, barks, bitters, and other flavorings have been steeped.
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Origin of vermouth

1800–10; <French (now vermout) <German Wermuth (now Wermut) absinthe, wormwood
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British Dictionary definitions for vermouth

vermouth
/ (ˈvɜːməθ, vəˈmuːθ) /

noun
any of several wines containing aromatic herbs and some other flavourings

Word Origin for vermouth

C19: from French, from German Wermut wormwood (absinthe)
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