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It was the lightness with which he handled even the most terrifying villain’s plots, meeting them with a quip and a swig of his martini.
HOW NO TIME TO DIE'S UNPRECEDENTED ENDING SETS UP THE FUTURE OF THE BOND FRANCHISEELIANA DOCKTERMANOCTOBER 8, 2021TIME
A short TikTok showed him skating down the street, taking a swig of juice and singing the words “it’s only right for you to play the way you feel.”
THE MOST IMPACTFUL MEMES OF 2020PETER ALLEN CLARKJANUARY 21, 2021TIME
Except, neighborhoods still aren’t sure when they’ll get to take a swig.
IF YOUR LOCAL PARK SUCKS, THIS IS PROBABLY WHYMACKENZIE ELMERJULY 6, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
While I was cooking supper the old man took a swig or two and got sort of warmed up, and went to ripping again.
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
The sound of running water was near; he went to the creek and bathed his throat, easing its burning with a deep swig.
THE FLOCKMASTER OF POISON CREEKGEORGE W. OGDEN
He took another swig at his glass and shifted his eyes to the fire.
THE HARBOR MASTERTHEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
His mother, breaking over the traces of restraint, hugged the jug of whiskey, taking swig after swig as the vigil wore on.
THE DAUGHTER OF ANDERSON CROWGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
He took another swig at the pistol and then sat up to watch the conflict.
JACK HARKAWAY AND HIS SON'S ESCAPE FROM THE BRIGAND'S OF GREECEBRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG
Orders were now given to drag every bowline, swig-off on every brace, and flatten-in all the sheets.
THE WING-AND-WINGJ. FENIMORE COOPER
So the feller in bad clothes fetched in the black bottle, and we tuk a good swig.
LETTERS OF MAJOR JACK DOWNING, OF THE DOWNINGVILLE MILITIASEBA SMITH
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SWIG

  • alcohol
  • booze
  • brew
  • cup
  • draft
  • glass
  • gulp
  • libation
  • liquid
  • liquor
  • potable
  • potion
  • pull
  • quaff
  • refreshment
  • shot
  • sip
  • slug
  • spirits
  • spot
  • sup
  • swallow
  • swig
  • swill
  • taste
  • thirst quencher
  • toast
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