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whiskey dick

vulgar slang A penis incapable of achieving or maintaining an erection due to having too much alcohol in the bloodstream. I always get horny when I get really drunk, but then I usually end up succumbing to whiskey dick as a result.
See also: dick, whiskey

whiskey nose

dated A red, swollen, bumpy appearance to one's nose, commonly (but mistakenly) ascribed to long-term alcohol abuse. Technically known as a rhinophyma. The old drunk had all the stereotypical traits—a chronic hiccup, a bright red whiskey nose, and disheveled clothes that hadn't seen a washing machine in weeks. More than just being unsightly, people think this rhinophyma is a whiskey nose, even though I've never touched a drop of liquor in my life!
See also: nose, whiskey

whiskey tenor

1. slang A husky or guttural voice in the tenor range, as is or could be the result of tobacco, alcohol, or drug abuse. The old man stood up and started singing a beautiful song in a haunting whiskey tenor. He had such a clear, pure voice when he was a young man, but it degraded into a croaky whiskey tenor after so many years of substance abuse.
2. slang Someone who speaks or sings with such a voice. A whiskey tenor like him wouldn't normally make it so far in the competition, but something about his performance has captivated audiences.
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whiskey voice

slang A husky or guttural voice resulting from prolonged tobacco, alcohol, or drug abuse. The old man stood up and started singing a beautiful song in a haunting whiskey voice. I've always been afraid of getting whiskey voice, so I decided long ago never to drink or smoke.
See also: voice, whiskey

whiskey dick

1. n. a penis exhibiting impotence, as from too much alcohol. Well, it looks like a case of whiskey dick.
2.  a limp windsock at an airport. There’s a whiskey dick over there on the right, so it looks like we can go in.
See also: dick, whiskey

whiskey tenor

n. a strained tenor. Four whiskey tenors do not a barbershop quartet make.
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after an old mining town in Colorado, which itself was named for the tin cups miners used to sip their whiskey. On top of the bottle is a tin cup that can be used for sipping.
There's Scotch whisky and Ireland's whiskey. It is said that the current spelling arose from the mispronunciation of the Irish uisce, written uisge in Scotland's uisge beatha, literally 'water of life.' This was a direct translation of the Latin aqua vitae, the name given to distilled alcohol by the Irish monks during the Middle Ages.
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