a reactionary politician in the United States (usually from the South)
whiskey distilled from a mash of corn and malt and rye and aged in charred oak barrels
a member of the European royal family that ruled France
Bourbon, Bourbon dynasty(noun)
a European royal line that ruled in France (from 1589-1793) and Spain and Naples and Sicily
A whiskey distilled from a mixture of grains in which more than half is maize, aged in oak barrels. Made chiefly in the United States.
A serving of bourbon
A Bourbon biscuit
Origin: Bourbon, a county in US State of Kentucky.
a member of a family which has occupied several European thrones, and whose descendants still claim the throne of France
a politician who is behind the age; a ruler or politician who neither forgets nor learns anything; an obstinate conservative
Bourbon is a city in Crawford County, Missouri, United States. The population was 1,632 at the 2010 census.
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a family of French origin, hailing from Bourbonnais, members of which occupied for generations the thrones of France, Naples, and Spain, and who severally ruled their territories under a more or less overweening sense of their rights as born to reign. Two branches, both of which trace back to Henry IV., held sway in France, one beginning with Louis XIV., eldest son of Louis XIII., and the other, called the Orleans, with Philip of Orleans, second son of Louis XIII., the former ending with Charles X. and his family, and the latter ending with Louis Philippe and his line. The branches of the family ruling in Spain and Naples began with Philip VI., grandson of Louis XIV., the former branch still (1899) in power, the latter ending with Francis II. in 1860.
The numerical value of Bourbon in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Bourbon in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of Bourbon in a Sentence
He knew I was from Kentucky, so when I handed it to him, he immediately said 'bourbon' and I said yes, and then he said, 'very good bourbon.’.
It ties together two of Kentucky's most well-known industries: horse racing and bourbon.
A man can take a little bourbon without getting drunk, but if you hold his mouth open and pour in a quart, he's going to get sick on it.
This is a war that everyone loses in, if this continues, this could be the beginning of the end of the bourbon boom.
No one had even heard of Pappy Van Winkle before they were just like 'Oh, its just a regular bourbon.' And no one knew how special it really was.
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