imbibe


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Synonyms for imbibe

Synonyms for imbibe

to take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

to take alcoholic liquor, especially excessively or habitually

to take in (moisture or liquid)

to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

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Karen Foley, Publisher of Imbibe, adds, "When we launched Negroni Week three years ago, we never imagined it would receive such an incredible response.
On this auspicious occasion, I urge all citizens to imbibe wisdom from the valued teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and ensure that Bapu remains alive in our hearts and minds forever.
A spokesman for Imbibe Wine awards said: "The EatDrinkSleep team picked up the Pub List award last year for their Cornish hostelry, The Gurnard's Head and they've repeated the trick with their inn-with-rooms near the Brecon Beacons.
But at least residents - earning enough and with a permit - are allowed to imbibe.
SIPS AND NIBBLES: A new bimonthly drink magazine named Imbibe is on the newsstands with a $4.
He states that alcohol is the prime cause of fighting and criminal damage, but that people imbibe in order to forget having no job, a low income, or suffering social deprivation.
Backers also believe the bills could cut down on drunk driving because diners would not be as likely to imbibe a whole bottle if they can save some for later.
And that's exactly what Marshall was doing on that stage in Atlanta last summer, and so many of us younger writers were just lapping it up, trying to imbibe every morsel of her wisdom.
A knowledge worker must continuously look for ways to share and imbibe knowledge all around.
Some animals have to be injected or tricked into consuming alcohol, but bees readily imbibe the way parched people do.
The principal elements in the trial will be: to make the milk attractive to the children, to develop an administrative programme that is easy to use without taking up teacher-time, and to establish a method for parents to ensure their children imbibe the calcium and other nutritional benefits of milk.
Riversdale is an isolated private estate bounded by the river Shoalhaven near Nowra, three hours' drive from Sydney; it was formerly owned by the artist Arthur Boyd, [3] who went there to imbibe the Australian wilderness -- one of his principal sources of inspiration.
Wash it down with a nutmeg-dusted rum punch or, if you don't imbibe, a frosty, sinus-clearing Baritt's giner beer.
SACRAMENTO -- StreamSend, a leading email marketing solutions provider, today announced the diverse communications role of its e-mail platform for award-winning client Imbibe magazine.