drink[ dringk ]SEE DEFINITION OF drink
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRINK
There is in this city a rag-picker so wealthy that he can afford to drink wine every day.
His mother lay on a wretched bed in the corner, half stupefied with drink.
I'd worked wid my mouf full of dust, but could not stop to get a drink of water.
As our horses would not drink it, it can be imagined how salt it was.
And to his astonishment there was none of the shocking effect of his first drink of whisky.
"I know you need a drink," said the bartender, looking at Andrew again.
I want to eat when I am hungry, sleep when I am weary, drink—well, any old time.
They want to loaf about, and drink, and be a nuisance to everybody, like some of the rich ones.
Let us eat and drink and do what good we can, for to-morrow we die!'
And here I drink to mine old comrades, and the saints be with them!