Antonyms for drinks

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Much of it, apparently, he will convert into that champagne he now drinks.

He took a couple of drinks to celebrate his approaching immunity from debt.

These drinks I accepted with gratitude, as also the cigars with which his pockets were stored.

You have them say that things are hot in the pan and you have to have drinks with names like arctic and all like that.

Not one of the crowd has enough money left to buy the drinks all round.

What drinks from the brooks and wells, and from the stones on the bank?

Let us amend it as soon as possible, only in this case let me pay for the drinks.

She drinks and drinks, and, by what I hear, cares for noucht else.

Charlie is clever, unusually clever; he drinks, his movements are suspicious.

He was standing a round of drinks and included in his invitation the man on the coal box.