port wine

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Noun1.port wine - sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugalport wine - sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal
fortified wine - wine to which alcohol (usually grape brandy) has been added
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'Drink it!' returned Jeremiah, 'and--choke yourself, I was going to say--but go, I mean.'At the same time he produced the identical port-wine bottle, and filled a wine-glass.
'Her port-wine, I believe?' said Double, tasting it as if he were in the Docks, with hours to spare.
When the mother died, he took the port-wine business.'
'Drinking port-wine with the clown,' said the manager; 'but he was greedy, and one night bit off the bowl of the glass, and choked himself, so his vulgarity was the death of him at last.'
Yet when the vehicle drew up he was sensibly chagrined to recognise the port-wine cabman of the night before.
John let it down, and beheld the port-wine countenance inflamed with intellectual triumph.
A man who had made a large fortune, had a handsome house among the trees at Tofton, and decidedly the finest stock of port-wine in the neighborhood of St.
Ogg's--chatted amusingly over his port-wine, did a little amateur farming, and had certainly been an excellent husband and father; at church, when he went there, he sat under the handsomest of mural monuments erected to the memory of his wife.
Darrow, MD, DDS, began to notice a pattern in the conversation threads on websites dedicated I to support for parents of children with facial port-wine stains (PWS).
Darrow, MD, DDS, began to notice a pattern in the conversation threads on websites dedicated to support for parents of children with facial port-wine stains (PWS).
Objective: To determine the effect of facial port-wine stain (PWS) on quality of life (QoL) in our population with skin type III to IV, using the Skindex-29 scoring system.
Background: The location of facial port-wine stain (PWS) may be helpful for predicting some associated anomalies; high glaucoma incidence is found in patients with eyes close to PWS-affected areas (V1, ophthalmic branch area of the trigeminal nerve).