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Powerful or roughly prepared alcoholic liquor.
- ‘Maybe some of them have been drinking the same fermented jungle juice as Denis Burke.’
- ‘And Maltbie knows ‘one or two players who lost their careers to the jungle juice.’’
- ‘‘I don't care,’ she said, ‘I am going to have the time of my life, dancing with local tribes and drinking jungle juice.’’
jungle juice/ˈjəNGɡəl jo͞os/
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