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See definition of drinkings on Dictionary.com
  • as inalcohol abuse
  • as inconsumption

synonyms for drinkings

  • drinking
  • substance abuse
  • alcoholic abuse
  • alcoholism
  • alcoholism abuse
  • dipsomania
  • expenditure
  • utilization
  • loss
  • eating
  • burning
  • decay
  • misuse
  • ruin
  • devastation
  • dissipation
  • damage
  • dispersion
  • depletion
  • decrease
  • diminution
  • waste
  • desolation
  • exhaustion
  • destruction
  • consuming
  • swallowing
  • wear and tear
  • drinking
  • using up
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How to use drinkings in a sentence

We read of tea drinkings and coaches and his father's famous blunderbuss or "long gun" which he is presenting to Irving.
GREENWICH VILLAGEANNA ALICE CHAPIN
It was upon Humphrey's strong arm that Wolfe would take his daily walk into the town for the needful baths or water drinkings.
FRENCH AND ENGLISHEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN
Then followed a scene of last health-drinkings, last hand-shakings, last embracements.
A NIGHT ON THE BORDERS OF THE BLACK FORESTAMELIA B. EDWARDS
With all the Stumfoldians she was on terms of mitigated friendship, and always went to Mrs Stumfold's fortnightly tea-drinkings.
MISS MACKENZIEANTHONY TROLLOPE
The tea-drinkings in her parlor seem to be occasions of great social enjoyment to the fortunate neighbors invited.
ADLE DUBOISMRS. WILLIAM T. SAVAGE
It made you think of the pre-Revolutionary days of tea-drinkings, before the tea was thrown overboard.
THE OTHER GIRLSMRS. A. D. T. WHITNEY
Old Virginia belles came up for a few weeks, and there were balls and parties at Georgetown, and no end of tea drinkings.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD WASHINGTONAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
Then was Town-boon the great bell of the turn-about drinkings in Nidoyce.
LONDON BEFORE THE CONQUESTW. R. LETHABY
There's always a May party and a dance; and then a time when the new year begins, and tea drinkings, and some birthdays are kept.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD PITTSBURGAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
They rarely accepted invitations to tea-drinkings; and yet there was nothing unsocial in their manner or conversation.
THE KNICKERBOCKER, VOL. 10, NO. 6, DECEMBER 1837VARIOUS
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