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rum

349 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹˈʌm], [ɹˈʌm], [ɹ_ˈʌ_m]
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Synonyms for Rum:

drink (noun)

Cognac, Hirsch, ale, applejack, beer, bitters, bourbon, brandy, champagne, drink, gin, lager, mead, porter, rye, saki, schnapps, scotch, sloe gin, tequila, vodka, whisky.

game (noun)

Chinese checkers, Parcheesi, baccarat, backgammon, billiards, blackjack, blind man's bluff, bridge, canasta, checkers, chess, contract bridge, cribbage, dominoes, draughts, draw poker, euchre, faro, game, gin rummy, hearts, hopscotch, horseshoes, keno, mah-jongg, marbles, old maid, patience, penny ante, pinochle, poker, quoits, rummy, seven-up, shuffleboard, skat, snooker, solitaire, straight poker, stud poker, tiddlywinks, whist.

Other synonyms and related words:

Jamaican, Queerish, aberrant, abnormal, abnormally, absinthe, absolutely, absurd, ace-high, aguardiente, alcohol, alcoholic beverage, alcoholic drink, alcoholic drinks, amusing, anomalous, apple brandy, aqua vitae, ardent spirits, arrack, atypical, awfully, awkward, bad, bang-up, barmy, baroque, basket rummy, beat, bent, beverage, bizarre, bizarro, blue ruin, bonzer, booze, boss, bottle, brandy smash, brew, bully, but good, capricious, card game, cards, chain lightning, characteristic, chartreuse, chiefly, cider, cockeyed, cocktail, coke mixer, coke's frequent partner, comic, comical, cool, cordial, corking, crackajack, crackerjack, cranky, crazy, cup, curious, curiously, daiquiri ingredient, dandy, dark, delicious, demon liquor, deviant, deviate, different, distinct, distinguished, dram, dreadfully, drinker, droll, drop, drop too much, drunkard, ducky, eccentric, enormously, erratic, especially, exceptional, exceptionally, exotic, extraordinarily, extraordinary, extravagant, fab, faddy, fanciful, fantastic, fantastical, far-out, farcical, fearfully, fine and dandy, firewater, fishy, flaky, flowing bowl, freak, freakish, freaky, funky, funnily, funny, gear, ginsling, grand, great, grog, groovy, grotesque, hard drink, hard liquor, harm, heavy, highball, homophile, hot, hugely, hunky-dory, hurt, idiosyncratic, individual, inebriant, inebriate, inexplicable, intoxicant, intoxicating liquor, irregular, jam-up, juice, just dandy, kayo, keen, kinky, kirsch, knock rummy, kookie, kooky, laughable, left, leftover, liqueur, liquor, little brown jug, ludicrous, maraschino, marvy, mean, mirthful, mojito ingredient, moonshine, neat, nifty, nobby, nutty, odd, oddball, oddly, off, off-center, off-kilter, off-the-wall, offbeat, okay, out, out in left field, out of sight, out-of-the-way, outlandish, particular, particularly, passing strange, peachy, peachy keen, peculiar, peculiarly, peg, pirate's drink, port wine, potable, potation, pour rire, prodigious, punch, punch bowl, quaint, queerly, quirky, quite, quite a, quite an, quizzical, rare, rarely, remaining, remarkable, remarkably, ridiculous, ripping, risible, rosy wine, screaming, screwball, screwy, scrumptious, shady, sherry, singular, singularly, slap-up, sling, smashing, social lubricant, solid, something else, sot, spaced-out, special, spiced, spiffing, spiffy, spirit, spirits, strange, strangely, stranger, strong drink, strong waters, stunning, sugar cane spirit, sui generis, surprising, suspect, suspicious, swell, tough, toxicant, tremendously, ugly, uisquebaugh, unaccountable, uncanny, uncommon, uncommonly, unconformable, unconventional, unearthly, uneven, unexpected, unexpended, unfamiliar, unheard-of, unique, unmatched, unmated, unnatural, unorthodox, unpaired, unparalleled, untypical, unusual, unusually, usquebaugh, usual, water of life, way out, weird, west indies beverage, whimsical, whiskey, wild, wino, wizard, wondrous strange, xeres.

Rhymes for Rum:

  1. gum, chum, hum, glum, mum, bum, slum, drum, crumb, thumb, some, sum, strum, from, numb, come, plumb, dumb, plum, scum;
  2. succumb, become, alum;

Quotes for Rum:

  1. There's naught, no doubt, so much the spirit calms as rum and true religion. George Byron.
  2. Among the expected glories of the Constitution, next to the abolition of Slavery was that of Rum George Clymer.
  3. The Indians gave up the land of their own free will, and for it received brass kettles, blankets, guns, shirts, flints, tobacco, rum and many trinkets in which their simple hearts delighted. Patrick Gordon.

Idioms of Rum:

  1. a rum do;
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