Associations to the word «Beer»
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BEER, noun. (uncountable) An alcoholic drink fermented from starch material commonly barley malt, often with hops or some other substance to impart a bitter flavor.
BEER, noun. (uncountable) A fermented extract of the roots and other parts of various plants, as spruce, ginger, sassafras, etc.
BEER, noun. (uncountable) A solution produced by steeping plant materials in water or another fluid.
BEER, noun. (countable) A glass, bottle, or can of any of the above beverages.
BEER, noun. (countable) A variety of the above beverages.
BEER, verb. (rare) (transitive) To give beer to (someone)
BEER, noun. One who is or exists.
BEER AND PRETZELS GAME, noun. A simple, humorous game with few rules and little strategy.
BEER AND PRETZELS GAMES, noun. Plural of beer and pretzels game
BEER AND SKITTLES, noun. (chiefly UK) (idiomatic) Fun times; pleasure and leisure.
BEER BARON, noun. Somebody who organises the illegal production and sale of beer during a time of Prohibition.
BEER BASH, noun. (Canadian) An afternoon social organized by university students.
BEER BELLIES, noun. Plural of beer belly
BEER BELLY, noun. Excess fat stored in the abdomen attributed to the consumption of beer.
BEER BONG, noun. A funnel used to rapidly drink large quantities of alcoholic beverage.
BEER BONGS, noun. Plural of beer bong
BEER BOTTLE, noun. A bottle designed to contain beer
BEER CAN, noun. A lightweight metallic can containing beer.
BEER CANS, noun. Plural of beer can
BEER CHEESE, noun. (US) A cheese spread made with beer and seasonings.
BEER DIE, noun. A drinking game in which players sit at opposite ends of a table and attempt to throw a die into their opponent's cup.
BEER ENGINE, noun. A device for pumping beer from a cask in a pub's cellar.
BEER GARDEN, noun. The outdoor section of a public house, where customers can sit in the sun and enjoy their beverages.
BEER GARDENS, noun. Plural of beer garden
BEER GOGGLES, noun. (plurale tantum) (humorous) (idiomatic) The illusion that people are more attractive, brought on by alcohol consumption.
BEER GUT, noun. (informal) A beer belly.
BEER GUTS, noun. Plural of beer gut
BEER HALL, noun. A large German public house that specialises in beer.
BEER HALLS, noun. Plural of beer hall
BEER HAND, noun. (poker slang) A seven and two as a starting hand in Texas hold 'em
BEER HANDS, noun. (poker) (slang) plural of beer hand
BEER KNOT, noun. A type of bend knot used to join the ends of tubular webbing, commonly employed by mountaineers to create a sling seat.
BEER KNOTS, noun. Plural of beer knot
BEER LORE, noun. Alternative form of beer-lore
BEER MAT, noun. A small square cardboard mat, often with an advertisement for a brewery on it, that is used to rest one's glass on, and to protect the surface of a table or a bar in a pub.
BEER MATS, noun. Plural of beer mat
BEER MONEY, noun. Some extra money not needed for essential payments, which is available for spending on luxuries, hobbies, or simply going out for a beer.
BEER MUSCLES, noun. (idiomatic) An aggressive attitude resulting from consumption of an alcoholic beverage.
BEER MUSCLES, noun. (idiomatic) (humorous) A protruding stomach, supposedly indicative of excessive consumption of beer.
BEER MUSTARD, noun. A kind of mustard made with beer instead of vinegar.
BEER NUT, noun. (US) (Australia) A peanut served with its husk (but not its shell).
BEER NUTS, noun. Plural of beer nut
BEER O'CLOCK, noun. (slang) (humorous) The time of the first beer (or alcoholic beverage) of the day.
BEER PARLOR, noun. (chiefly North America) Alternative spelling of beer parlour
BEER PARLORS, noun. Plural of beer parlor
BEER PARLOUR, noun. (Canada) A bar, selling beer, that has tables where customers may congregate socially.
BEER PARLOURS, noun. Plural of beer parlour
BEER PONG, noun. (US) (slang) A drinking game in which players attempt to throw a ping pong ball into cups of beer.
BEER RUN, noun. A trip made, often late at night, to obtain beer or other alcoholic beverages.
BEER SNAKE, noun. (British) A long, flexible construction of stacked, empty plastic beer cups, made by the crowd at long sporting fixtures (especially cricket matches)
BEER TENT, noun. At a fair or festival, a tent set up for the purpose of selling and consuming beer and other alcoholic beverages.
BEER TENTS, noun. Plural of beer tent
BEER TICKET, noun. (slang) (colloquial) (humorous) Paper money.
BEER TICKETS, noun. Plural of beer ticket
BEER, noun. A general name for alcoholic beverages made by fermenting a cereal (or mixture of cereals) flavored with hops.
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