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[mass noun] Whisky made mainly from wheat or maize.
- ‘It is the complex task of a master blender to combine both malt and grain whisky to create a whisky with a more sophisticated taste.’
- ‘The distillery owners insist that the still is not in any way like the single continuous process used in the distilling of grain whisky or of some American whiskies.’
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