"Was-hael," answered Godrith, draining his hippocras to Vebba's more potent ale.
Some must carry cups of hippocras, some lighted tapers; all must join in chorus.'
Master Heyford, tell thy comely wife that I and Hastings will sup with her to-morrow, for her hippocras is a rare dainty.
Finally might come stewed or ripe fruits—figs, dates, grapes, and filberts; the whole washed down with spiced wine (hippocras).
He raised his first glass of hippocras and gave thanks to his hostess.
hippocras, hip′o-kras, n. an aromatic medicated wine, formerly much used as a cordial.
To these their Norman successors added clarr, garhiofilac, and hippocras.
Neither wine nor hippocras had befogged the stout heads of the Assyrians, nor loosened their canny tongues.
The night is still young and the spices and hippocras will soon be served.
The constant mention about this time of hippocras (Ipocras, Ypocrasse) demands some notice.