- n. Plural form of pint.
“At Ben & Jerry's we think downsizing pints is downright wrong.”
“GAR Pale Ale is a year-round offering, available over the bar in pints or in growler jugs to go.”
“I don't render it myself, but the butcher I visit twice a year, Dietrick's Meats, sells lard in pints and quarts.”
“However, I wouldn't think making any less than 4 pints is worthwhile.”
“There are five varieties of Tofutti "ice cream" in pints alone.”
“Mary Donahue, who had taken three pints from the milkman, now took one pint.”
“Wilkinson must get our ale bottled in English pints now, for a quart bottle is too much, night after night, for you and me, without his assistance.”
“It's very cool), and as I've just discovered, said menu includes Strongbow in pints!”
“Yep, that's one liter of chicken stock, 2 p is two pints, which is the equivalent amount for those who don't use metrics.”
“The volume of air inhaled and exhaled by the adult in the twenty-four hours averages 360 cubic feet, or 2,000 gallons, while the amount we take in the shape of liquid or solid food does not amount probably to more than 5 1/2 pints, which is equal to only 1 – 3000th part of the volume of air passed through the lungs.”
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by the Pogues, on the LP "Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash." Lyrics copyright 1985 P. Gaston (according to the Pogues website).
The canals and the bridges, the embankments and cuts,
Looking for tweets for pints.