Definitions

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  • n. Obsolete form of drink.
  • v. Obsolete form of drink.

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Examples

  • And so, as mississ horton do sy, ovur her drinck, my the singhell be morrid, and the morrid be hapy; wich is hall at prisont frum

    Bits and Bobs

  • In Dekker's tract, “A Knight's Conjuring,” Chettle figures among the poets in Elysium: “In comes Chettle sweating and blowing by reason of his fatnes; to welcome whom, because hee was of olde acquaintance, all rose up, and fell presentlie on their knees, to drinck a health to all the louers of Hellicon.”

    The Man Shakespeare

  • *facepaw* maffs joaks, huh? nau ai niedz dat drinck

    Cheater Kitteh… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • 2133: And being in drinck, as you haue publisht him,

    The Revenger's Tragedy

  • Chettle sweating and blowing by reason of his fatnes; to welcome whom, because hee was of olde acquaintance, all rose up, and fell presentlie on their knees, to drinck a health to all the louers of Hellicon. "

    The Man Shakespeare

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