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imbibed

verb as in drink, often heavily

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The study participants who imbibed bourbon reported more severe hangovers.

I have imbibed four gallons of liquid and ingested a four-pound Bag-O-Fiber.

Power: this is what I should have learned from my father, imbibed at the knee of his noncommunications.

Notions imbibed before the Revolution still kept possession of the public mind.

He taught them, too, much of the old-world philosophy, which he had imbibed from extensive reading.

The little of religion which the girl imbibed she owed to her mother, by whose side she was made to kneel and say her prayers.

The youth had imbibed the venal corruption everywhere prevalent.

In good sooth ye do,” cried Biarne, with a laugh; “a mouse could hardly slake his thirst with all that you have yet imbibed.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to imbibed, such as: assimilate, guzzle, ingest, quaff, toss, and sip.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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