Definition of Eggnogs
1. Noun. (plural of eggnog) ¹
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Definition of Eggnogs
1. eggnog [n] - See also: eggnog
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Literary usage of Eggnogs
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1. Eating Hints: Recipes and Tips for Better Nutrition During Cancer Treatment edited by Yale New Haven Med Cntr, Yale-New Haven Medical Center Staff (1990)
"You should also be cautious about using commercially available eggnogs or eggnog mixes because there are no salmonella-free eggnog mixes on the ..."
2. The Marching Years by Norman Bridge (1920)
"If our Irish friend had been charged with romancing he probably would have asked if it wasn't known all over the village that I took two or three eggnogs ..."
3. A Cook Book for Nurses by Sarah Chapman Hill (1911)
"eggnogs Egg Sugar Fluid \ c. milk or PLAIN. i tbsp. COFFEE. ii* tbsps. w. ... Serve very cold in glass. preferable method for fruit eggnogs. again. ..."
4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1893)
"Alcohol can also be used in the form of eggnogs and milk- punches. In the adynamic form other stimulants and tonics besides alcohol are often of great ..."
5. Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and by William Shepard Walsh (1897)
"A box of cigars was offered as a prize to the guest who could drink three of these eggnogs, and tradition says that Mr. McAllister was a prize-winner. ..."
6. Economic Aspects of the Liquor Problem by John Koren, Henry Walcott Farnham (1899)
"The first eggnog is taken before breakfast, and is followed by eggnogs throughout the day. Many get " pretty full," but not many " down drunk. ..."
7. Personal Hygiene Applied by Jesse Feiring Williams (1922)
"It should be remembered that they may like custards, creamed soups, oyster milk stews, eggnogs, and other food dishes in which milk and eggs are used. ..."