Antonyms for imbibed

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The oil will be found to have imbibed the odour of the flowers.

He had finished, but not yet imbibed it when a misfortune overtook his family.

It was the spirit he had imbibed that had fortified him for the time.

Only George Dawkins held out; he had, for some reason, imbibed a dislike for Paul.

It was while hearing of her I first imbibed the soldier's ardor from her own brother.

It was in school that they imbibed their revolutionary ideas.

He had imbibed the belief with his mother's milk and his father's counsel.

He had been at a German university, where he had imbibed most liberal and revolutionary ideas.

He seemed to have an aversion to Ralph when he had imbibed too freely.

He's imbibed to the point which he won't listen to no reason whatever—an' shoot!