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False or fleeting bravery resulting from liquor: A man in liquor is full of Dutch courage
[1820s+; like many other pejorative uses of Dutch, this comes from the 17th century, when the English and the Hollanders were chronically at war. In some uses, though, Dutch means ''German'' rather than ''Netherlandish,'' and the cases are not easily sorted]