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  • noun Plural form of imbibition.


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  • He looked about for a sight of the chauffeur, and saw him leaning up against the bar, sipping a glass of beer, and, between imbibitions, talking earnestly to the white-aproned bartender.

    The Golf Course Mystery Chester K. Steele

  • A curious notion exists in the minds of a few ignorant persons, to the effect that Mr. GREELEY vexes his mellow mind for essays on the temperance question with frequent and numerous imbibitions of "soda straight;" but it is high time that this popular error was exploded.

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 01, April 2, 1870 Various

  • Even during those final mellow hours, when the dawn was sifting through the cracks of the window above the stairs, there was little or none of that loud-mouthed boisterousness which follows on the heels of alcoholic imbibitions in

    Europe After 8:15 George Jean Nathan 1920


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