- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sip.
“He sipped from the white teacup, its flowered pattern a contrast to his dirty hands.”
“Nursing a sore throat, she sipped from a cup of green tea into which she deposited spoonfuls of honey.”
“He sipped from a can of Cherry Coke and exchanged a look with his straight man Munger, whose myopic self-containment seemed impregnable.”
“Lady Eskdale sent off another groom to Lord Eskdale, and tried to finish her sandwich, but thought the bread was dry and the butter strong, and again sipped her gooseberry wine, and avowed that she never quite liked home-made wines.”
“She sipped from a Martini, “They’re also something to fap over when the big man is looking elsewhere.””
“He paused again sipped his coffee and continued “and people will only get disappointed because that’s not what we’re here for and we’re no good at it.””
“Mr. Breed pursed his little mouth and "sipped" with gusto.”
“Mr. Orne slowly fished a quill toothpick from the pocket of his overcoat, set the end of the quill in his mouth, and "sipped" the air sibilantly, gazing over Britt's head with professional gravity.”
“Crabtree told investigators she had "sipped" drinks at four bars during a night of bar-hopping with friends and was sober when she swerved to avoid a deer and drove into the pole at 2: 44 a.m. on Nov. 25, 2007.”
“If you haven't yet sipped the TED Kool-Aid, get yourself a straw.”
Looking for tweets for sipped.