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  • noun The act or process of imbibing.


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imbibe +‎ -ment


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  • From his inside pocket emerges a silver flask filled with his imbibement of the moment, greedily raised to his lips The comm, Leukman remembered, the comm had a message on it.

    NaNoWriMo: Political Suicide « The Graveyard 2009

  • Vokda, yes my favorite imbibement as well…. next to wikkey.

    Hye guys, I’m gpoina to g be coding, exicind the problem site | My[confined]Space 2009

  • The invocation of spirits, however (and later, as I was to discover, the imbibement of same) always struck me as the real deal, even if it was depicted playfully - as it is in another of my favorite cartoons, the Disney Silly Symphony "Skeleton Dance," which rather joyously refracts the grim desolation of sepulcher motifs through the giddily kinesthetic mirror of human anatomy.

    Bright Lights After Dark 2009

  • I am glad I was with people, good food, and maybe a bit of imbibement to take the edge off watching 90 unadulterated minutes of our country's gut-wrenching political discourse.

    Grand Mental Station (2.0) 2008

  • The "Unless" clause: "... unless you drive a car, climate control you home, buy groceries, wear clothes, drink coffee, use tobacco, partake in imbibement, recieve a paycheck, or breath.

    Moonbattery 2009


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