Noun(1) whiskey illegally distilled from a corn mash(2) the part of a boot above the instep
Verb(1) sell illicit products such as drugs or alcohol(2) produce or distribute illegally
Adjective(1) distributed or sold illicitly
(1) After two years at college Slim was expelled for selling bootleg whiskey to other students.(2) Scotland's deputy chief medical officer, Dr Andrew Fraser, warned anyone drinking the bootleg vodka could be in serious danger.(3) Perhaps this has to do with the imprecision of live recording, but it almost sounds like a bootleg recording.(4) Partially broadcast by the BBC in 1982, a bootleg has been circulating ever since.(5) I honestly thought it must be some kind of bootleg recording of one of the acoustic shows I did back in the late eighties.(6) Rumours that a bootleg recording of him singing in the hotel bar still exists is just one of the enthralling tales which surround the famous venue.(7) Still recovering from a broken leg, he can't make certain cuts or bootleg to his left without pain.(8) Every time he throws, it needs to stem from the run, whether it's play-action or on bootleg , so he can avoid the pressure and not succumb to it like better quarterbacks have done.(9) There is, of course, the town drunk, Otis, who acquires bootleg liquor from various moonshiners in that dry county on a regular basis and regularly celebrates the anniversary of his first drink.(10) Another problem that hasn't been changed is the inability to set your quarterback off on a scramble or bootleg without crossing the line of scrimmage first.(11) I personally have never seen bootleg alcohol and cigarettes sold from the back of a hatchback as reported.(12) The demand for illicit drugs is as strong as the nation's thirst for bootleg booze during Prohibition.(13) Sometimes I feel like a studio album, other times a live bootleg from a concert I went to.(14) The bootleg booze industry in Boston wasn't affected in the least.(15) This is the woman who carried on drinking bootleg liquor after Prohibition was lifted because she preferred the taste.(16) The is a hodgepodge of performances that also features a couple of readily available tracks, and the sound quality is for the most part no better than a good bootleg .
1. moonshine ::
2. corn liquor ::
3. illegal ::
4. illicit ::
5. unlawful ::
6. unauthorized ::
7. unlicensed ::
9. contraband ::
11. black-market ::
Different Formsbootleg, bootlegs
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