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hooch

and hootch (hutʃ)
n. hard liquor; any alcoholic beverage, especially if illicitly obtained. Let’s go guzzle some hooch.

hootch

verb
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The next activity was an inspection of the soldier, his weapon, and his hootch.
Near his hometown in Goshen, he still plays hard on the slopes and takes daily walks with the dogs he rescued, Doofus and Hootch.
Angels outfielder Jeff DaVanon, right, stoops to pet Hootch, a French mastiff, as other dogs and their owners walk around U.
What the country, see some of hell," they parodied in the bar who-knows-who had built at one end of the hootch.
The famous 1976 case Tibeluk versus Lind, known as the Molly Hootch case, revolutionized education in Alaska Native villages when the court ruled in the plaintiffs' favor and 126 villages were granted high schools.
During Prohibition, bootleggers moored their boats amid the stilts of the establishments and delivered their hootch through trap doors in the floor.