Drink

Drinking-bowl and Drinking-horn have their own entries, here is just “Drink”, a delightfully strong verb.

  • 01.022 and a drink of something
  • 01.043 and have a drink.’
  • 01.051 and drink!
  • 01.092 on the drawing-room sofa with a drink at his elbow,
  • 01.095 and a drink he crept nervously to the door of the parlour.
  • 02.043 Also there was a barrel of good drink at hand,
  • 02.043 and they were drinking out of jugs.
  • 02.045 and the drink runnin’ short,
  • 02.049 William was having another drink.
  • 05.046 Never thirsty, ever drinking,
  • 05.144 which held drink for the goblin-guards,
  • 06.039 and he drank from a small mountain-stream that crossed the path,
  • 07.116 and drunk at least a quart of mead –
  • 07.126 will be wholesome to eat or to drink.
  • 07.126 That you should neither drink of,
  • 08.008 or they would have drunk from it,
  • 08.036 there was practically nothing left to eat or to drink.
  • 08.048 and drink.’
  • 08.058 and drinking
  • 08.140 and drink,
  • 08.144 and drink,
  • 09.010 and drink,
  • 09.023 so let us have a drink first to help the labour.’
  • 09.025 Soon they began to drink
  • 09.044 while you fellows drink
  • 09.046 Then they drank once round
  • 10.018 were drinking
  • 10.039 They drank his health,
  • 13.039 for a drink of something cheering
  • 13.062 There may be drink,
  • 16.012 of a strong drink
  • 18.048 I have drunk much of your wine
  • 19.015 Your lullaby would waken a drunken goblin

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