- trap with a snare
- separate the seeds from (cotton) with a cotton gin
- Gin is not my friend.
- Tom and Mary are playing Gin rummy.
- I'd like a gin and tonic.
- Let's qualify this gin with tonic water.
- What I want is a gin tonic.
- Can I have a gin and coke please?
- "What's your poison?" "Oh, give me a gin and tonic."
- Bass, large, target, gin, give, verging, Ought, oust, joust, and scour, but scourging.
- Tom stood in the corner of the room with a gin and tonic in his hand.
- The woman downed the gin and lime that was served in one swallow.
- Tom had what looked like a gin and tonic in his hand.
- I offered him whisky or gin, but he said he didn't need either.
- Tom ordered a beer for himself and a gin tonic for Mary.
- She said that a good gin and tonic is like summertime in a glass, and it struck me as being too true.
- Her daughter has been favoring her husband over her, so Leila has taken the opportunity to spend time with her other babies, gin and vermouth.