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Definition of Reward Beer

Reward Beer

noun

  • A drink as a reward after a heavy workout or some other arduous task.
    After re-shingling the roof at midday and then doing a 6 K run, it was time for a reward beer.

    Last edited on Aug 11 2017. Submitted by SailorRich on Aug 11 2017.

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