I, who went into the gin-mill with the other sailors, was foolish enough to drink, and was drugged and crimped as they were.
You've no business in this House; you belong in a gin-mill!'
He was in a gin-mill near the City Hall then, and I lost him some way.
Soon I saw him go into the gin-mill, the crowd following him, and the noise of voices grew louder.
I got him into a gin-mill, however, and he told how badly treated he had been just before we met.
An' at last we all pull up before a gin-mill an' one captain says, 'Where's the sergeant?'
He had been gin-mill keeper, hotel proprietor, and theatrical manager, and had saved money.
The synagogue was on the first floor, and on the ground floor was a gin-mill, run by an ex-Central Office man.
An English gin-mill and probably an American bar causes more besotment than a dozen French cafés.
"It does them as much good to let me take it as to chuck it over a gin-mill bar," he explained.
A saloon; barroom; tavern: There still are some boobs, alas, who'd like the old-time gin-mill back/ In some gin mill where they know the bartender
[1860+; certainly influenced by gin mill, ''cotton mill where a cotton gin is used'']