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bathtub gin

Any alcoholic drink that is made by an amateur at home or in makeshift conditions. Refers to the use of bathtubs in creating illegal alcohol (most often gin, hence the name) during the prohibition years in the US. This stuff is strong, but it tastes like bathtub gin!
See also: bathtub, gin

gin dive

slang A bar, especially one that is run-down. Are you guys hungover? You spent an awful lot of time at that gin dive last night!
See also: dive, gin

gin mill

slang A bar, especially one that is run-down. Are you guys hungover? You spent an awful lot of time at that gin mill last night!
See also: gin, mill

gin palace

slang A bar. Are you guys hungover? You spent an awful lot of time at that gin palace last night!
See also: gin, palace

ginhead

slang A drunk; an alcoholic. Oh yeah, I had become a total ginhead before finally going to rehab.

gin mill

and gin dive and gin palace
n. a saloon; a low liquor establishment. (Older.) Fred hit every gin mill on the way home. The joint looks like a gin dive. I’m not going in there!
See also: gin, mill

gin dive

verb
See also: dive, gin

gin palace

verb
See also: gin, palace

ginhead

n. a drunkard. Gert could have ended up a ginhead, but she went another route instead.
References in periodicals archive ?
Commonly, the following 3-Reasons of the eruption of Fires in the Ginning Factories can be enumerated:-
1) Whilst in the course of being run, Ginning Machines would create Sparks which would ignite the Cotton flowing from the Pipes towards the Machines.
2) Sometimes, there would have been No proper arrangements for the Flying-fibres within the Ginning Halls.
Besides, the Cotton-seeds, retrieved from the ginning of the Cotton should be filled into Boras which must be properly sewen/ fastened and separately placed in the Factory- godown or Court-yard.
The first school for cotton ginners was held at the ARS Cotton Ginning Research Unit in Stoneville in 1985.
And ARS researchers helped launch the first ginning school in Australia in 1993.
* Level III - reviews the ginning system and provides information on gin air systems, drying and moisture restoration systems, bale presses, hydraulic systems, and cottonseed handling systems.