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verb as in drink slowly

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I mistook my vodka tonic for a glass of water and leaned toward my toddler grandson to give him a sip.

From that first sip of hot coffee in the morning to staying hydrated on the trail to cold beers at happy hour, Hydro Flask has every sip, gulp, and slurp covered.

This results in desert ecosystems full of unique creatures — some of which can go their whole lives without ever taking a sip of water.

Shortly after Jesse Walsh marries Samantha, the love of his life, he toasts his new bride and takes a sip of whiskey, dropping dead.

From Digiday

He whipped out his phone and mimicked what he saw another skateboarding TikTok’er do, smoothly taking a sip from a bottle of Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry juice before lip-synching along with singer Stevie Nick’s legendary 1997 breakup song, “Dreams.”

From Fortune

I thanked him, sat down on the sofa, and sipped it through the straw.

He clumsily sipped from the dainty straw of a blasphemously non-bourbon beverage and smiled broadly as he talked to fellow bros.

The guests sipped $400,000 worth of Perrier-Jouet champagne and feasted on the sight of $2 million worth of floral arrangements.

They danced to music pounding from the crackling speakers, sipped beers and then parted.

But he sipped the second one, pushing aviator shades onto his head.

She sipped her wine, then set down the glass and leaned her elbow on the table, taking her chin in her fine white hand.

She tasted a bite, and she read a word or two, and she sipped the amber wine and wiggled her toes in the silk stockings.

Colonel Adams sipped his Perrier quietly, and his brown, lean face became unusually meditative.

I treasured up the water which had been left with me and sipped it now and then; but by nightfall again I was in torment.

When the tray was ejected, he sipped his drink appreciatively and looked across the rim of the glass at the other man.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sipped, such as: savor, imbibe, quaff, taste, toss, and partake.

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