Definition of Gluhwein

1. Noun. A type of mulled wine from German-speaking countries made from red wine with cinnamon and other herbs and spices. ¹



2. Noun. (by extension) A serving of this drink. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gluhwein

1. wine flavored with spices [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gluhwein

gluepots
gluer
gluers
glues
gluestick
gluesticks
gluey
glueyness
glueynesses
glufosinate
glug
glugged
glugging
gluggy
glugs
gluhwein (current term)
gluhweins
gluier
gluiest
gluily
gluiness
gluinesses
gluing
gluino
gluinos
gluish
glulam
glulams
glulisine
glum

Literary usage of Gluhwein

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1. The Bookman (1915)
"... cheese, sauerkraut, and pork, are being washed down with seas of beer and gluhwein and other fearsome brews! Surely Gargantua must have been a German. ..."

2. Viennaby Philippe Benet, Renata Holzbachova by Philippe Benet, Renata Holzbachova (2000)
"Refreshments are constantly available at open-air booths—hot grog (gluhwein) and pancakes (Palatschinken) in winter, beer and sausages in summer. ..."

3. A Hedonist's Guide to Moscowby Harriet Warren by Harriet Warren (2005)
"After a day exploring the backstreets of the Arbat, viewing galleries or walking in Gorky Park, drop into a café for a gluhwein (mulled wine) or cold beer. ..."

4. Elizabeth and Her German Garden by Elizabeth (1899)
"... of gluhwein in his hand. Minora had hardly heard his voice before, so quiet has he been since she came, and sat with her pencil raised, ready to fix for ..."

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