applejack
applejack applejack, Apple-jack Ap"ple-jack`, n. Apple brandy; a brandy distilled from cider. [U.S.] [1913 Webster]

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  • applejack — noun Date: 1816 brandy distilled from hard cider; also an alcoholic beverage traditionally made by freezing hard cider and siphoning off the concentrated liquor …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • applejack — /ap euhl jak /, n. 1. a brandy distilled from fermented cider; apple brandy. 2. fermented cider. 3. an alcoholic beverage consisting of the unfrozen liquid that remains after freezing fermented cider. 4. Chiefly North Carolina and Brit. Dial. an… …   Universalium

  • applejack — noun Apple brandy, a distilled alcoholic beverage made from apple juice. The domestic equivalent of calvados …   Wiktionary

  • applejack — n. cider brandy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • applejack — noun N. Amer. a spirit distilled from cider …   English new terms dictionary

  • applejack — noun (U) AmE a very strong alcholic drink made from apples …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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