I will sing a bawdy song, sir, because your verjuice face is melancholy, to make liquor go down glib.
Couldst see by his cheek and eye that he is as bitter as verjuice.
The old fellow looked as though the waiter had handed him verjuice instead of curaçoa.
Pound pumice stone to a fine powder, and mix it with verjuice.
The word occurs often in a sense in which acetum is the best representative, associated with verjuice and vinegar.
The fermented juice (verjuice) of the crab is employed in cookery and medicine.
We cannot imagine Oliver 67 drinking anything but verjuice, nor the lion woman as sipping anything less strong than brown stout.
Bishop Swinfield's vineyard at Ledbury yielded seven pipes of white wine and nearly one of verjuice in the autumn of 1289.
It is the apt accompaniment of a whining tongue, the fit complement of a verjuice countenance.
The dishes contain scorpions and snakes, the wine is gall and verjuice, and the table music is a penitential psalm.