Synonyms for sip
Antonyms for sip
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIP
He raised his cup to his lips, took a sip, and set it down again.
Then he raised the marshal's head and gave him a sip of the fiery stuff.
But now with every sip of wine the temptation came stronger and stronger.
I myself only drink water; he takes just a sip of white wine.
Take a sip of water, Mike, like a reg'lar one, and cut loose.
He was too weak to protest and he managed to sip the drink through a glass tube.
Daniel lit the latter, took a sip of the former and listened to the music.
He put the knife and fork down, lifted the glass and took a sip.
Returning his steadfast gaze, I took a sip of my black coffee.
And, when the chanting was over, the child was given to sip of the wine.
late 14c., of uncertain origin, perhaps from a source related to Low German sippen "to sip," or from Old English sypian "absorb, drink in," related to supan "to take into the mouth a little at a time" (see sup (v.2)). Related: Sipped; sipping.