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tipple

verb as in drink

Strong matches

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As a young man, he began with the “dirty, nasty job” of cleaning the tipple — sweeping the coal dust from the warehouse where the coal was stored.

Long considered the most British of tipples, gin has now gone truly global, with iterations springing up from Asia, Australia, South America and Africa.

You can sip Skagit Valley or enjoy a tipple that started out in a faraway corn field high in the uplands of southern Mexico.

All I meant to say was, that champagne is very pretty tipple; and so thought the dinner party, who were proportionally enlivened.

Spoken of people who are so much accustomed to tipple, that they never seem any the worse of it.

Brother Jucundus went along the range of barrels trying one tipple after another.

He knew the good sap-days, and was on hand promptly for his tipple; cold and cloudy days he did not appear.

It is the only tipple I know of that leaves no headache the next morning to punish you for the glories of the past night.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tipple, such as: booze, grog, imbibe, and liquor.

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

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