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90 example sentences with  tippling

90 example sentences with tippling

One drink, dear friend, before we part Before I tempt the shining sea; One drink to pledge each constant heart Yet stay, what shall the tipple be?

Are Jew-lips Christian tipple, mon coeur?

The husband stayed out nights and tippled.

She has quit feeling virtuous and he has quit tippling.

<Drink, imbibe, sip, sup, swallow, quaff, tipple, tope, guzzle, swig.>

Then, as Little John gathered his breath for a new verse, "How, now," roared forth the fat Brother, his voice coming from him like loud thunder from a little cloud, "thou naughty fellow, is this a fit place for one in thy garb to tipple and sing profane songs?" "Nay," quoth Little John, "sin' I cannot tipple and sing, like Your Worship's reverence, in such a goodly place as Fountain Abbey, I must e'en tipple and sing where I can."

Then, as Little John gathered his breath for a new verse, "How, now," roared forth the fat Brother, his voice coming from him like loud thunder from a little cloud, "thou naughty fellow, is this a fit place for one in thy garb to tipple and sing profane songs?" "Nay," quoth Little John, "sin' I cannot tipple and sing, like Your Worship's reverence, in such a goodly place as Fountain Abbey, I must e'en tipple and sing where I can."

Then, as Little John gathered his breath for a new verse, "How, now," roared forth the fat Brother, his voice coming from him like loud thunder from a little cloud, "thou naughty fellow, is this a fit place for one in thy garb to tipple and sing profane songs?" "Nay," quoth Little John, "sin' I cannot tipple and sing, like Your Worship's reverence, in such a goodly place as Fountain Abbey, I must e'en tipple and sing where I can."

The allowance, sir, of small liquors proposed, I cannot but think more than sufficient; three quarts a-day are surely more than the demands of nature make necessary, and I know not why the legislature should promote, or confirm in the soldiery, a vice to which they are already too much inclined, the habit of tippling.

Johnson's profound reverence for the Hierarchy[250] made him expect from bishops the highest degree of decorum; he was offended even at their going to taverns; 'A bishop (said he) has nothing to do at a tippling-house.

Such tipple would warm a graven image into speech, and my brother is inordinately curious.

Robert remembered that noble father who had so often held him on his knee, that poor father whose mysterious fate was unknown, and he thought how wicked it was for his mother to marry the fox-hunting, gin-tippling cavalier, Hugh Price.

He would buy it in quantity and let it age upon his farm, and so with each replenishing of the jug from his private store would come an increase in quality derived from greater age, until in time each daily tipple would be an absorption of something so smooth and potent that immediate subsequent existence would be a thing desirable in all ways.

At length, however, he hies away at the sound of bell-ringing, and seems for some time to enjoy the tippling and fiddling and dancing of a village wake: but his fancy is soon haunted again by spectres and goblins, a set of beings not, in general, esteemed the companions or inspirers of mirth.

His temper was one of his weak spots, also a liking for fast life, which, of course included tippling; and the aviator who indulges to the slightest degree in strong drink is next door to a fool; for as he takes his life in his hands every time he leaves the ground, the necessity for a clear brain is apparent.

As we found ourselves in a tippling humor, we drank hard, and returned to our employers in a pretty pickle; that is to say, so-so in the upper story.

The footman lags behind to tipple ale and wine, And goes gallop, a gallop, a gallop, to make up his time.

This refusal to take any refreshment seemed to him the most odious hypocrisy; all priests tippled on the sly, and were trying to bring back the days of the tithe.

drink in, drink up, drink one's fill; quaff, sip, sup; suck, suck up; lap; swig; swill [Slang], chugalug [Slang], tipple &c (be drunken) 959; empty one's glass, drain the cup; toss off, toss one's glass; wash down, crack a bottle, wet one's whistle.

V. get drunk, be drunk &c adj.; see double; take a drop too much, take a glass too much; drink; tipple, tope, booze, bouse [Fr.], guzzle, swill

how can you answer your being a tippling when you should stand Sentinel?

So all the gang would have been taken had it not been for the Gulder making earlier, and the soldiers being delayed by tippling at the Lobster.

Literally, ale-house, or tippling-house.

Vibrio is a poor little tippling creature, but, as Mr Carlyle would say, he has an eye, and he is always lively."

When flowing cups run swiftly round With no allaying Thames, Our careless heads with roses bound, Our hearts with loyal flames; When thirsty grief in wine we steep, When healths and draughts go free Fishes that tipple in the deep Know no such liberty.

In most of our cities, some few excepted, like Spanish loiterers, we live wholly by tippling-inns and alehouses.

When our countrymen sacrificed to their goddess [808]Vacuna, and sat tippling by their Vacunal fires.

The poor fellow admiring how he came there, was served in state all the day long; after supper he saw them dance, heard music, and the rest of those court-like pleasures: but late at night, when he was well tippled, and again fast asleep, they put on his old robes, and so conveyed him to the place where they first found him.

For 40 centimes one may purchase a bottle of vin de gard, a thin tipple, doubtless; but what kind of claret could one buy for fourpence a quart at home?

Bring out the Saint Peray, if there be a bottle of that flavorous and flavous tipple in your extensive cellars,which I doubt, since you never had more than a single flask thereof, presented to you by a returned traveller, who bought it, to my certain knowledge, of a mixer in Congress Street, in Boston.

i.e. bezzling, tippling.

In any case, it is from the word godale that the familiar expression of godailler (to tipple) is derived.

"He wants it all for himself, to be a fine gentleman and a church member and have his tipple and fine eatin'.

He exclaimed: "If there is a flaw in my sister-in-law's pedigree, what is to be said of people who visit women of alien religions, take food from their hands, and tipple strong liquor with them?"

He would tipple with his comrades, and though not actually drunk, would, for all that, leave the inn a bit merry, babbling nonsense and talking loudly and censoriously.

As you give the day to labor, so devote the night to rest; for who that has drunk and reveled all night at a tippling shop, or wandered about in search of impious and stolen pleasures, has not by so doing not only committed a most heinous and damning sin in the sight of Heaven, but rendered himself wholly unfit for the proper discharge of the duties of the coming day.

I suppose I may say, without flattery, that this tipple was marvellous.

After these feeble and diluted tipplings, her day with Aunt Victoria was like a huge draught of raw spirits.

Who has not seen the man, authorized by these laws to distribute the poison amongst his tippling neighbors, proof against all the shafts of truth, under the self-pleasing and self-satisfying consideration, that his is a lawful business.

Should they extend to granting lottery, gaming-houses, tippling-houses, and other places calculated to promote and encourage viceshould a representative in Congress be instructed by his constituents to use his influence, and vote against such establishments, and the people of the District should instruct him to vote for them, which should he obey?

Who has not seen the man, authorized by these laws to distribute the poison amongst his tippling neighbors, proof against all the shafts of truth, under the self-pleasing and self-satisfying consideration, that his is a lawful business.

Should they extend to granting lottery, gaming-houses, tippling-houses, and other places calculated to promote and encourage viceshould a representative in Congress be instructed by his constituents to use his influence, and vote against such establishments, and the people of the District should instruct him to vote for them, which should he obey?

At last he resumed his human shape, and sat before me like "Andes, giant of the Western Star," tippling the jorum, and sighing deeply.

In full-brimmed rummers that do ply their oars, "who, by their carouses (tippling up Nestor's years as if they were celebrating the goddess Anna Perenna,) do, at the same time, drink others' health, and mischief and spoil their own and the public."

She says I ought to be there to save the child from her, if I dont care to save her from herself; that I was the last restraint on her; and that if I dont come she will make an end of the business by changing her tipple to prussic acid.

Another excellent tipple for warm weather is concocted by mixing brown-stout or bitter ale with ginger-beer, the foam of which stirs up the heavier liquor from its depths, forming a compound of singular vivacity and sufficient body.

They ate and drank and slept and snored; they made pastoral visits through the surrounding community which were far from edifying; they gambled, and tippled, and sang most unspiritual songs; and keeping all the while their own private pass-key to Paradise tucked under their girdles, were about as jolly a set of sailors to Eternity as the world had to show.

German Tippling, 208.

For his eminent virtues deserved You'll allow, a conspicuous station: "The King's Head" still continues his name, Where full often the people on holidays As they tipple, still talk of his name, In lamenting the end of his jolly days.

"That's a coal tipple," said her grandfather.

" As the boat continued up the river it passed many such tipples.

As there was no train to Uniontown until the afternoon, Mr. Emerson engaged a motor car to take them to a large mine whose tipple they had passed on the way up.

The chef was inclined to tipple.

When my uncle came to fetch her, after she had been with us a fortnight or three weeks, he was speaking of a deceased minister, once greatly respected, who from the action of trouble upon him had taken to small tippling, though otherwise not culpable.

Poor Dick Steele may not always have been above those surroundings; we can fancy him taking things comfortably in some tippling-house, red-faced, happy, and winey, but even the most puritanical of us will forgive him.

For, as for betraying the confidences of those sad days, as for telling how wofully untrue Professors of Temperance were to their principles, how the Apostle of Total Abstinence developed a brandy-flask, not altogether new, what unsuccessful tipplings were attempted in the desperation of nausea, and for what lady that stunning brandy-smasher was mixed,as for such tales out of school, I would have you know that I am not the man to tell them.

n. 3; liberties taken in their presence, iv. 295; losses and gain by preferment, iv. 286, n. 1; 'necessity of holding preferments in commendam,' iv. 118, n. 2; 'Seven Bishops,' iv. 287; tippling-house, at a, iv. 75; a rout, ib.

'A bishop has nothing to do at a tippling-house,' iv. 75; 'I should as soon think of contradicting a Bishop,' iv. 274; 'Queen Elizabeth had learning enough to have given dignity to a bishop,' iv. 13; 'Dull enough to have been written by a bishop' (Foote), ib.

So Sir Oliver went down to Bath, and I don't know that he tippled much of the waters, but he did drink the burgundy of that haunt of the ailing; and he had the honour of making a fourth not unfrequently in the secretary of state's whist-parties.

Gray had been at Leghorn, on his way to Rome; and now amuses his correspondent with the inconveniences of his journey under the auspices of a tippling companion, with his notions about Pisa and Italy in general, and with particulars of public intelligence from home, some of which relate to Smollett's old antagonist, Admiral Knowles.

Beverly Wright (C); 23Oct59; R244333. WRIGHT, WILLIAM M., JR. Tipple and snack, good things to eat and better things, by Dexter Mason, pseud.

Beverly Wright (C); 23Oct59; R244333. WRIGHT, WILLIAM M., JR. Tipple and snack, good things to eat and better things, by Dexter Mason, pseud.

When this essay was written Bullock and Penkethman were acting together in a play called 'Injured Love', produced at Drury Lane on the 7th of April, Bullock as 'Sir Bookish Outside,' Penkethman as 'Tipple,' a Servant.

We collected a Largess for the Multitude, who tippled Eleemosynary till they grew exceeding Vociferous.

But Calvin intensely aggravates whatever there is of difficulty: for he supposes God to have created the most precious thing on earth in unstable equilibrium, so as to tipple over irrecoverably at the first infinitesimal touch, and with it wreck for ever the spiritual hopes of all Adam's posterity.

Coaches plied from Westminster to the Temple, as in the streets; sleds, sliding with skates, bull-baiting, horse and coach races, puppet plays, cooks, tippling, so that it seemed to be a carnival on the water; while it was a severe judgement on the land, the trees splitting, men and cattle perishing, and the very seas locked up with ice.

The disgraceful and deadly habit of tippling had already told physically on both Eric and Wildney.

To have friends, must we not form connections with young men, have a few sous so as to be able to go tippling with them, and meet them where students congregate?

A and B] tipple in wine.

Inns and ale houses, tippling at, forbidden under King James.

You would not fancy that tipple, would you?" "You see, Uncle Josh," said the Doctor, laughing, "what comes of a young man's going a week to college.

"Were it not too tedious," he wrote the governor, "I cou'd give your Honor such instances of the villainous Behavior of those Tippling House-keepers, as wou'd astonish any person."

Cease your wanton sports, your noisy pipings, your profane dances, your filthy tipplings.

The old tap'll turn on now and then, not too often, and as for the rest, The B.P. has a taste for sound tipple, and knows when it's served with the best.

Aberdeen-based chartered accountants Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP will also support the virtual event, sponsoring the festival’s Have a Tipple tent.

Everyone loves to sit and watch a movie on Christmas Eve, but it is important to have the right tipple to do so.

Here's the perfect tipple for any (Vardy).

I know many people saw this attack and, if anyone has any footage or information about this incident, please come forward and tell us what you know,” Tipple said.

Online calculator reveals EXACTLY how much exercise is needed to burn the calories in your favourite tipples.

Over the holidays, I deployed a few strategic plays and sans-alcohol tipples to see me through.

A spokesperson for The Wildlife Trusts told : “The only Christmas tipple we’d recommend for wildlife is water, it certainly sounds as if the squirrel could do with some hydration!

The winery receives visitors from all over the world who want to learn about the unique ageing process, taste its magnificent tipples and admire the spectacular landscapes of Plentzia Bay on board the ship Crusoe Treasure.

They're offering elevated twists on bar food and classic comfort foods, as well as modernized takes on country club classic tipples and no-proof cocktails.

At my 50th birthday party, with a little too much of my new favourite tipple, I discovered I love dancing.

Upon the arrival of your tasty tipples, all you have to do is add some ice, shake for 20 seconds and voilà - party time.

While beer remain the tipple of choice for most Irish folk, wine isn’t far behind with the documentary claiming an astonishing 200,000 bottles are sunk over the average 24-hour period.

No Tippling is to be allowed in any of the Barrack-Rooms allotted for the use of the Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers.

The Aspen-Boulder Coal Company runs a loading facility consisting of a single large coal tipple.

They added at least one more label to the list, and topped off their tippling with a $13,100 dessert wine.

When it comes to amateur detective work, don't let this priest's absent-minded air and penchant for an occasionsl tipple fo.