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  • noun Plural form of drinking.


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  • 'drinkings', or more food and drink, were taken into the field and consumed.

    A Short History of English Agriculture 1893

  • The Green Hornet Trailer Puulaahi cyber cat drinkings jack daniels - September 12, 2009 added by tiki god | Images mcs+ to rate

    cyber cat drinkings jack daniels | My[confined]Space 2009

  • Eddie Codel and Monochrom's Johannes Grenzfurthner were there, and shot video of the proceedings (and the drinkings, and the fallings, and the weirdness) for us to enjoy.

    Boing Boing 2009

  • It's not merely in the number 1 position on my top ten, but has extended its lead with repeated drinkings.

    Top 10 IPAs 2009

  • N E ways I gives yoo choice of fizzy drinkings *beers, colas, cham… chap… bubbly wines, oarangey sodas nawt-pizzun liek orangey kittehs*

    Thriller Kitty - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2008

  • June 26, 2008 at 3:35 am icy creems fer snaks jooses fer teh drinkings kyoot guys to meet alawng teh wai

    You know … - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2008

  • The proposed tea – drinkings being quite impracticable, I compounded with Miss Lavinia for permission to visit every Saturday afternoon, without detriment to my privileged Sundays.

    David Copperfield 2007

  • April 30, 2007 at 7:51 am oh so much awsums! mebbeh can has straws for the drinkings

    garçon! thees milk iz warm. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2007

  • The society (whose only notion of dividing time, would appear to be its allotment into months) holds monthly tea – drinkings, at which the monthly report is received, a secretary elected for the month ensuing, and such of the monthly boxes as may not happen to be out on loan for the month, carefully examined.

    Sketches by Boz 2007

  • “These wanderings, and drinkings, and loves, and seductions, that would be shameful in men, why,” thou saidst, “were they attributed to the natural elements; and wherefore did the Gods constantly show themselves, like the sorcerers called werewolves, in the shape of the perishable beasts?”

    Letters to Dead Authors 2006


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