Antonyms for sipped

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Oldaker sipped his glass of old Oloroso sherry and discoursed.

He sipped his tea and said, as if speaking to himself, "Yes, many a one!"

When the midwife had sipped hers up, she went off; everything was going on nicely, she was not required.

Solange gave him broth, and as he sipped it he looked now and then at her.

Murgatroyd sipped at the cup especially made for his little paws.

He took the glass that Mullins proffered on a salver, sipped from it, and set it down.

The violinist placed his chair closer to the fire and sipped the drink.

He sipped at his bubbling tumbler and smacked his thin lips.

And with this profound bit of moralizing, he sipped his glass in revery.

He sipped it, and, discovering that it was a weak broth, drank it.