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white lady

a cocktail consisting of gin, Cointreau, and lemon juice
(Austral, informal) methylated spirits as a drink, sometimes mixed with shoe polish or other additives
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  • It was exactly in the position occupied, in my dream, by the pedestal on which the white lady stood.

    Phantastes George MacDonald
  • The white lady must in the meantime smile on the British commander.

  • Only thoughts of Old Sarah and her love for this white lady gave her courage.

    In Kali's Country Emily Churchill Thompson Sheets
  • He was not hungry, but he wanted to stay with the white lady and be her slave.

  • No man cares to go near the mere when darkness has fallen, so much do our people fear to see the white lady of whom Brand spoke.

    King Olaf's Kinsman Charles Whistler
  • It be a suddint and bloody end to meet th' white lady of th' pit.

    The Shrieking Pit Arthur J. Rees
  • Walter Blythe was sitting under the white lady, with a volume of poems lying beside him, but he was not reading.

    Rainbow Valley Lucy Maud Montgomery

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