noun as in beverage; alcoholic beverage
verb as in take in liquid
Pack it with snacks, drinks, chairs, and blankets and move from one spot to the next until you find the perfect fishing hole.
On what was going to be probably our third round, my girlfriend went into the bar, fully masked, to ask Terry for drinks.
People would buy sodas to go with lunches they got from the food court, or energy drinks before a Browns or Cavaliers game.
Getting in at least one daily work out is great, but you should still get up and move around regularly throughout the day — even if it’s just to get a drink of water or play with a pet.
So while I have to reach for a drink on this belt, it’s never a problem as the bottle is angled up and easy to find.
Coca-Cola was a wildly popular drink and hangover remedy because, well, it contained cocaine.
Their logic: the sea-creature would come alive and drink up any remaining alcohol.
You would drink it, then “take a little nap and after that you feel wonderful,” according to a press agent.
Adults prepare food and drink dark sweet tea on the doorsteps of their homes as they watch their children playing.
Moviegoers enjoyed a drink at the bar and milled around waiting for the 10:15 p.m. showing of The Interview.
The general commanded a halt, and ordered the men to refresh and strengthen themselves by food and drink.
It was he who first said, If thine enemy hunger give him food, if he thirst give him drink.
What is, then, this precious drink I read of in my Shakespeare—so precious, that your lordship will not trust him to his butler?
Over to the spring he ran on his little short legs, and soon he was having a fine drink.
Woe to you that rise up early in the morning to follow drunkenness, and to drink in the evening, to be inflamed with wine.
On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drink, such as: alcohol, booze, brew, cup, glass, and liquor.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.