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Any drink prepared with liquor deemed by a particular bar as "wells". All bars have different brands of "wells liquor". Usually this is their cheapest liquor and is used in most drinks unless a specific brand of liquor is "called" (requested).
See call.
Special: $2 Shots. (Wells)
by Wester97 March 30, 2004
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The well is the shelf under the bar where they keep liquor at hand for mixing drinks. So, a well brand or house brand is the brand of liquor served when a customer requests a drink by its generic name (e.g. gin and tonic, scotch and soda). It's usually the least expensive brand served, as opposed to more expensive call brands.
Order me a Jack and Coke. Their well brand tastes like bathtup gin.
by dianneordi June 15, 2008
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A word used in Ireland generally in tipperary and by culchies. Often followed by 'hows she cuttin'?' Means hi! =
Pat: Well dick! Howz she cutin'?
Dick: Ah, sure tis grand.

all in a bogger accent
by KK-Max March 30, 2008
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1. <interjection> An expression of surprise or disbelief
2. <adverb> Skilful/skilfully
3. <adverb> Intimately
4. <adverb> informal; extremely
5. <noun> A bored hole into the ground to tap a supply of water, gas or oil
6. <noun> slang; The toilet
1. Well! I never expected John to be THAT good in bed!
2. Well done, Pete
3. I know your mother VERY well...
4. OMG Dat's well good dat! OMGOMG1
5. James, go and fetch a pail of water from the well, there's a good boy.
6. Hold on a second I've gotta use the well...
by Stuart Fletcher July 26, 2005
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A deep subject. Intensified with repetition.
"Well ..."
"That's a deep subject."

"Well, well ..."
"That's a very deep subject."
by Check Demon October 10, 2007
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In many towns in Ireland, 'well' is a salutation or greeting. Having used the expression all my life, I've never been able to figure out whether it's a kindly-meant enquiry as to whether or not all is well with the person so addressed, or simply an expectant demand for news updates - in my hometown, it always felt like the beginning of an interrogation!
Well, girl, haven't seen you in ages.
by Tel August 24, 2005
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