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Definition of dram

dram

  • a glass of whiskey. Scottish vernacular.
    Gie's a dram! (Give me a dram.)

    Last edited on May 03 2013. Submitted by 1ND1G0 from Alness, Highland, UK on Aug 27 2009.

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