Definition of buckshee in English:

buckshee

Syllabification: buck·shee
Pronunciation: /bəkˈSHē, ˈbəkSHē
 
/

adjective

informal , chiefly British
Free of charge: a buckshee brandy
More example sentences
  • Though Butch generally avoided alcohol he couldn't resist this buckshee booze, he drank a few bottles and loaded four crates into the back of the wagon for the lads
  • The trip across was fairly smooth & we arrived in London at 12.20 pm where I ate several buckshee sandwiches.
  • Journalists looked up from their buckshee Jacob's Creek and marketing men took their clammy hands from their secretaries' knees.

Origin

World War I (originally soldiers' slang): alteration of baksheesh.

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