(also literary geneva /-ˈnēvə/)
Definition of genever in English:
- British soldiers campaigning in the Low Countries in the 16th century were so impressed by the effects of a nip of genever as to coin the expression ‘Dutch courage’.
- The restaurant cooks all its dishes in genever - a tasty gin-based Belgian liqueur - and offers fruit-flavoured shots of the stuff at any time throughout the meal.
- Unlike most gin, young, genever is lighter and drier.
Definition of genever in:
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