bug juice


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bug juice

n. Slang
1. A sweet flavored drink, such as punch, that is usually not carbonated.
2. A usually liquid insect repellent.
3. Cheap or inferior liquor.

[Sense 1, from name given to instant drinks in the military, from earlier name for bad whiskey.]
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