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drink

the drink Informal the sea
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When the candidates can hold no more, a count is instituted and the one who has drank the greatest number of pints is proclaimed king.
He drank and drank, and tumbled down on his blankets by and by; but luck didn't run my way.
And when she came home she drank, in her gladness of heart, a draught of wine, and as wine excites a desire to eat, she tasted the best of whatever she was cooking until she was satisfied, and said: 'The cook must know what the food is like.
He poured himself out some whiskey and water, and slowly drank it.
Pierre drank one glass after another, looking from under his brows at the tipsy guests who were again crowding round the window, and listening to their chatter.
However much he drank, he never lost his clearheadedness.
As the leader sprang forward his gleaming eyes caught the play of the fountain and he rushed toward it and drank eagerly of the sparkling water.
When the Nome King and General Guph arrived they both made a dash to drink, but the General was so mad with thirst that he knocked his King over, and while Roquat lay sprawling upon the ground the General drank heartily of the Water of Oblivion.
He spent months at a time on trail and river when he drank nothing stronger than coffee, while he had gone a year at a time without even coffee.
I reminded Charmian of the canoe houses from which she had been barred in the South Pacific, where the kinky-haired cannibals escaped from their womenkind and feasted and drank by themselves, the sacred precincts taboo to women under pain of death.
I did not lose the gold pieces, but I swallowed them when I drank the medicine.
Hugh accepted it from his hand, and looking stealthily at his smiling face, drank the contents in silence.