- n. Plural form of sipper.
“The century-old Plaza's famed Palm Court, favored by Manhattan tea sippers, is showing off a second face-lift in two years.”
“These are wines that I advocate to use for your everyday sippers aka "heart medicine.”
“Compare this small, corporate funded bunch of tea sippers, and the amount of attention they are getting, to the thousands who marched in opposition to the Iraq war fiasco.”
“They will also feature a number of "special" sippers that won't appear on the menu.”
“As the Cook County Sheriff, Dart, 48, has cultivated uncommon political street cred among Chicago's typically fractious blocs: liberal reformers, old Democratic Party machine loyalists, latte sippers along the lakefront, barber-shop customers on the South Side, and union hard-hats in the labor halls.”
“But information is now more available to the masses and I have to believe truth and reality will eventually win after the Fox News Kool-Aid sippers die off.”
“But they also make tremendous high-end sippers, and this one, using a blend of rums aged from 10-30 years, is their best.”
“A&M, the former rural military academy with its foreboding barracks-style buildings and highly polished marching band was the perfect foil for the school in the traditional liberal outpost of Austin, with its intellectual "tea sippers.”
“Serious sippers should try the thinner Morning ($33 per 30-gram tin) or thicker Kama ($45) styles—these are to be whisked and served hot (if you don't have the necessary accessories, Ms. White's pre-assembled kits will get you sorted).”
“The milk comes from the property's 150 grass-fed, BST-free cows, and the culture cocktail comprises five bacteria; it's the same combination used in India and accounts for the distinct sour, earthy character of these refreshing sippers.”
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