143 adjectives to describe drinks
The laws of most of the states now require in our public schools the study of the effects of alcoholic drinks, tobacco, and other narcotics upon the bodily life.
I can sit, and git me a nice cool drink; and that's all I'll need for one while.
Infants need little drink.
The juice of the orange in a glass d'eau sucrée makes a refreshing and wholesome drink.
The liquor was very strong, unless one mixed water with it, and a very pleasant drink to those accustomed to it.
Etta looked out slowly and comprehensively, absorbing it all like a long, sweet drink.
With all this coming and going, and with a temperature of over a hundred degrees in the shade, the Albergo della Stazione does a great trade in iced drinks!
"Ah! those happy evenings that appeal so to every true lover of Nature and well mixed drinks.
This was a delicious drink, and the best of all was, there was plenty of it.
Sherbet, the Shagird from Murchakhar informed us in confidence, is the favourite drink of the Zil-i-Sultan.
It is a poor plan to stimulate a flagging appetite with highly spiced food and bitter drinks.
I don't care whether you think me a reprobate or not, Dr. Pemberton, I want a good stiff drink of whiskeythe Musgrave size.
Let go this grief: now must you put on joy, And for the many favours I have found, So much exceeding all conceit of mine, Unto your cheer I'll add a precious drink, Of colour rich and red, sent me from Rome, There's in it moly, Syrian balsamum, Gold's rich elixir; O, 'tis precious! ROB.
What wholesome herb-drinks are to be had in the swamps now!
In thin drink he aspires not above a ballad, but a cup of sack inflames him, and sets his muse and nose a-fire together.
Whene'er I fragrant coffee drink, I on the generous Frenchman think,
Monkshood great weakness; cold Stimulating drinks.
Most she loved the appearance of prosperity, the crowding of casual voyagers on steamer-days, the visit of war-ships, the sound of music in her parlor, the rustling of dancers, and the laughter and excitement when the maids were busied carrying champagne and cheaper drinks to the verandas.
She filled up the cup wherein the heart was brought with her tears and with certain poisonous water, by her distilled for that purpose, and drank out this deadly drink.
old M. D'Hemecourt would cry; "another glass; it is an innocent drink; my mother was a Castilian."
The only case before us to-day is one of house-breaking, drunkenness from excessive use of poteen, which is an illegal drink, and resisting arrest by the police.
Untitled drawing depicting barman serving drink to customer on floor.
This is his answer: 'Their wages were left unpaid, they were docked of their food, and served with poisonous drink, while for the sick and wounded no hospitals were provided.
Agrimony is said to be aperient, detergent, and to strengthen the tone of the viscera: hence it is recommended in scorbutic disorders, in debility and laxity of the intestines, &c. Digested in whey, it affords an useful diet-drink for the spring season, not ungrateful to the palate or stomach.
Blaze away, sun; wise birds favor polar drinks with melded flavor.