Part of speech:
To promise to give
To drink, esp. alcoholic liquor
To drink alcoholic beverages excessively or chronically.
To take in and incorporate; assimilate
Swill means to flood or consume a lot of liquid.
(Nautical) To take up the last bit of slack in rigging by taking a single turn around a cleat, then hauling on the line above and below the cleat while keeping tension on the line (also: sweating)
Suck is defined as to draw in by suction.
To quaff is to drink something thirstily or quickly.
To swallow eagerly, or in large draughts; to swallow up; to take down at one swallow.
To propose or drink a toast.
To pass (food, drink, etc.) from the mouth through the gullet or esophagus into the stomach, usually by a series of muscular actions in the throat
To sup is to eat a meal in the evening.
To add a poison or other chemical to:
(Ireland, informal) to wave, to acknowledge an acquaintance.
To drink (a liquid) by dipping it up with the tongue in the manner of a dog
To store in a house
To destroy totally; ravage:
To drink large amounts of alcohol, especially in boisterous merrymaking.
To be made by boiling or steeping:
To swallow hastily; gulp:
To cause to lose (energy, such as heat) irreversibly.
(Slang) To drink (liquor)
To drink (liquor) in nips
To encircle with or as with a belt; girdle
The definition of desire is to wish for or crave something.
To retain in the memory:
To perform for an audience:
To caress or rub with the mouth or lips
To drink; tipple.
(Informal) To consume rapidly or eagerly; devour:
To clean a specific part of the body by gargling (almost always throat or mouth)
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