Ale (noun)

  1. A type of beer that is made with hops and has a slightly bitter taste.
  2. An alcoholic drink made from malted barley.

Origin:

Old english ealu, of germanic origin; related to dutch aal and german alk, from an indo-european root shared by greek alkhē "alcohol" and latin alumen "alum".

Examples:

  1. He ordered a pint of ale.
  2. She was drinking ale at the pub.
  3. Ale is a popular drink in England.
  4. The pub served several types of ale.
  5. He brewed his love for ale.
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