Youve sacked cities, Ralph Percy; now sack me the ministers closet and bring out his sherris.
Ferne signed to the steward, and when the tankard was filled, raised the sherris to his lips.
Tennyson had his port, whereto clings a good old tradition; sherris sack belongs to a nobler age; these drinks are not for us.
Sherry is also produced in other districts, but takes its name, formerly written in English as sherris or xeres, from Jerz.
Falstaff calls it sherris sack (sherry sack), from Xeres, a sea town of Corduba, where that kind of sack (wine) is made.
The cider which he drank was brewed by my mother from her own apples; to him it was as good as if it had been sherris or Rhenish.
But the sherris warms it, and makes its course from the inwards to the parts extreme.