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  • noun Plural form of imbibing.


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  • Week after week, and month after month, this program was followed with little variation, except for the music which was played, and the slight picturesque uncertainty as to whether old Reinhardt would or would not arrive mildly under the influence of long Sunday imbibings.

    The Bent Twig Dorothy Canfield Fisher 1918

  • On the contrary, embargoed, "quodded," by the keeper of the "Sailor's Home," against a couple of days 'unpaid board and lodging -- with sundry imbibings across the counter, scored on the slate.

    The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea Mayne Reid 1850


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