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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
19th century; French from French vermout, from German Wermut
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a white wine in which herbs, roots, barks, and bitters have been steeped to make it aromatic
A) White vermouth with a dash of rosewater and syrup makes for an excellent summer cocktail. B) He does not like the taste of vermouth; he would rather have red wine.
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