I wasn't scared by the storm, but mescal was positively unnerved.
He has eaten tunas, mescal, pinion nuts, and corn at my hawa.
And if you're short of implements, you might at any time need a mescal stick, or an arrow shaft or an arrow, even.
The peddler called anxiously, "Will you give me some mescal?"
The undeveloped flowering shoots they consider a great delicacy, either raw or prepared as mescal.
But he wrapped himself in a blanket and returned to mescal and sat beside her.
"Jack, look at that brand," said mescal, pointing to a white-flanked steer.
Wolf, not heeding mescal's cry, flashed like lightning under the cedars.
August, waving good-bye to his women-folk, started the train of burros after mescal.
"But, mescal, if you really love me you can't marry any one else," said Hare.
"plant of the genus Agave," found in deserts of Mexico and southwestern U.S., especially the American aloe, or maguey plant, 1702, from Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl (Aztec) mexcalli "fermented drink made from agave," from metl "agave" + ixcalli "stew." Meaning "intoxicating liquor from fermented juice of the agave" is attested in English from 1828. Also the name of a small desert cactus (peyote) found in northern Mexico and southern Texas (1885).