noun, plural whis·kies, adjective
Definition for whisky (2 of 2)
noun, plural whis·keys.
Origin of whiskey
Examples from the Web for whisky
The Speyside distillery is famous for taking only the finest cut of spirit for its whisky.
But it really summed up to me what the brand represents and, also, what whisky can do.
You will find a site that matures close to 200,000 casks of whisky.
That was a great place for a whisky lover to be behind the bar.
Reid planted a flag, ready to make his mark in the world of whisky, backed by ambition and a gorgeous piece of land.
We were nobly treated, however, and the whisky flowed like water, but we drank no more than was good for us.
Twice the Chickamin came back from Roaring Springs with whisky aboard, and a protracted debauch ensued.Big Timber|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Robert Cairn took a second cigar, lighted it, finished his whisky, and squared his shoulders.Brood of the Witch-Queen|Sax Rohmer
A bottle of whisky and a jug of water were on the table in front of them.Lady Bountiful|George A. Birmingham
Wrayson helped himself to a whisky and soda, and lit a cigar.The Avenger|E. Phillips Oppenheim