grog grog  /ˈɡrɑɡ/


  • (n) rum cut with water


  1. Then they all went to the White House for free grog and climbed over the fancy chairs with muddy boots.
  2. All the talk and the grog could not put together a coalition government on the President's terms.


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  1. "If you're one of these fools that can't handle their grog and likes to go out and ruin other people's nights, make yourself a New Year's resolution to grow up and behave yourself and start practising that on New Year's Eve," police minister...
    on Dec 31, 2009 By: Michael Daley Source: AFP

  2. "The important thing is to get into the communities to stop grog, to stop drugs, to stop pornography getting into the communities, to stop child abuse, and it will be necessary to have those mechanisms in place until the objectives are...
    on Jun 27, 2007 By: Peter Costello Source: The Age

  3. But Mr Howard said the NT Government's proposals to stamp out the "rivers of grog" were not satisfactory.
    on Jul 9, 2007 By: John Howard Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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