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gin sling

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(Cookery) an iced drink made from gin and water, sweetened, and flavoured with lemon or lime juice
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Noun1.gin sling - a sling made with gin
sling - a highball with liquor and water with sugar and lemon or lime juice
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Tabloid Myth: When he sat in the Hong Kong dentist's chair on England duty and supped 27 gin slings and 56 shooters, it was because he had a sore tooth.
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Under the whirling ceiling fans of the Long Bar, traders and administrators drank gin slings and talked of rubber.