- v. present participle of sip.
“When eating a light bulb Wang first smashes it before swallowing it piece by piece, sipping from a glass of water.”
“I could imagine sipping from a cup while the letters seemed to jump from the coaster, inspiring me to write!”
“Children are to be found in it as well, waiting till their fathers and mothers are ready to go home, sipping from the glasses of their elders, listening to the coarse language and degrading conversation, catching the contagion of it, familiarising themselves with licentiousness and debauchery.”
“I've just got to deal with it," she says, sipping from a mug of tea.”
“Perhaps you could email our health and safety officer and inform them that the biggest risk to my health and safety is 10 hours of footpatrol dressed all in black with a crap hat on, rather than sipping from a bottle of water bought at my own expense on July 3, 2009 at 12: 35 am PC Bloggs A Lotte”
“( "Besides," he asks, sipping from a glass of arterial claret, "what's to cure?")”
“There was quite a bit of nervous water sipping from the author throughout the interview.”
“After they finished eating -- the plates cleared away, and were each sipping from a glass of wine -- they talked.”
“What a story it will be when the bankrupt Senators, one of the league's least appreciated teams, take turns sipping from the famous silver chalice. ...”
“If ever a statement reflected the sentiments of Devils GM Lou Lamoriello, that is it, especially coming even while Brodeur was sipping from the Cup.”
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