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Perhaps some sense of shame was stirring within him, for no reproof rose to his trembling, bibulous lips.
The fluid is drawn off by tilting the glass or with bibulous paper, and the potash removed by washing with a few drops of water.
Red stopped and grabbed his bibulous friend as that person veered to starboard: "Yore a peach of a life-preserver, yu are!"
This cup the bibulous monarch ever afterwards esteemed as one of his rarest and richest jewels.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
The man who gets drunk generally does so because he cannot say No when bibulous friends press him to take a drink.
DOLLARS AND SENSECOL. WM. C. HUNTER
Nevertheless, Lantier showed no intention for a long while of trespassing on the bibulous good nature of Coupeau.
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So, as they sauntered down stairs to the tea-table he broke out upon the bibulous gentry of Louisiana.
"A bibulous wick" was a sinner against domestic economy; to trim a lamp and hasten combustion was little short of a crime.
Thus the leg of a drinking-stall serves also for the wooden leg of a bibulous person standing by.
HISTORY OF THE FANGEORGE WOOLLISCROFT RHEAD
It was a bibulous age, and sobriety was the exception rather than the rule.

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