Origin of vermouth
Examples from the Web for vermouth
Campari, Vermouth, and elderflower have all been used throughout history to treat measles, inflammatory diseases, and more.
But then I had another startling revelation—one that could not be so easily washed off with vermouth… 48.
Cigarettes and vermouth, and that sort of thing, instead of a good strong cigar and four fingers of whiskey.Mrs. Darrell|Foxcroft Davis
He paid for his vermouth and hurried away to his hotel to dress.The Lion and The Mouse|Charles Klein
The only liquid refreshments then obtainable at the Club were enteric germs in water, gin, vermouth, and port wine.War's Brighter Side|Julian Ralph.
While sipping a glass of vermouth Sabas showed himself loquacious and expansive, but without losing his natural gravity.The Joy of Captain Ribot|Armando Palacio Valds
The duty on vermouth, brandy, bitters, artificial wines (3 and 12 cents per litre) is abolished.The Oriental Republic of Uruguay at the World's Columbian Exhibition, Chicago, 1893|Carlos Maria de Pena
British Dictionary definitions for vermouth
Word Origin for vermouth
Word Origin and History for vermouth
1806, from French vermouth, from German Wermuth "wormwood," from Middle High German wermuot, from Old High German wermuota (see wormwood), name of the aromatic herb formerly used in the flavoring of the liqueur.