Ginshop
Ginshop Gin"shop`, n. A shop or barroom where gin is sold as a beverage. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Ginshop — A ginish was a word used durin the early 1700 s late 1800s where the lower class were found. A modernday example would be a tavern or bar …   Wikipedia

  • ginshop — noun A place where gin is sold; a modern day example would be a tavern or barroom …   Wiktionary

  • ginshop — ginˈshop noun (archaic) A bar or shop selling mostly gin • • • Main Entry: ↑gin …   Useful english dictionary

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