Definitions for "Vermouth"
ver-MOOTH] White wine that has been fortified and flavored with various herbs and spices. The name "vermouth" comes from the German wermut ("wormwood") which, before it was declared poisonous, was once the principal flavoring ingredient.
the German word for "wormwood," the flavoring agent.
any of several white wines flavored with aromatic herbs; used as aperitifs or in mixed drinks