Synonyms for wine-bibber
Antonyms for wine-bibber
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WINE-BIBBER
Yes; Letitia is what you call a flesh-eater and wine-bibber like myself.
I am no wine-bibber, Bunny, as you know, but I hope you appreciate the specifications as I do.
He is lazy and filthy, gluttonous, and would be a wine-bibber had he the chance.
It will make me start back before I make Christ cruel or false, a wine-bibber, a glutton, or unclean.
Finally they saw me, and said aloud—'There is a wine-bibber sleeping himself sober.'
The wine-bibber forswore even chocolate as too strong a beverage.
Johnson was a water drinker; and Boswell was a wine-bibber, and indeed little better than a habitual sot.
He is a glutton and a wine-bibber, a susceptible heart, a pious and deeply versed man.
Johnson was a water-drinker and Boswell was a wine-bibber, and indeed little better than an habitual sot.
He condemned as well the faster and the prohibitionist as the glutton and the wine-bibber.
"drunkard," 1530s, loan-translation of German Weinsäufer (Luther), from Wein "wine" + Säufer "bibber." See bibber.