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swizzle (n.)

1813, name for various kinds of liquor drinks, or for intoxicating drinks generally, possibly a variant of switchel "a drink of molasses and water" (often mixed with rum), first attested 1790, of uncertain origin. As a verb from 1843. Related: Swizzled; swizzling. Swizzle-stick, used for stirring drinks, attested by 1859.

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Definitions of swizzle

swizzle (n.)
any of various tall frothy mixed drinks made usually of rum and lime juice and sugar shaken with ice;
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