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  • v. drink down entirely


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  • I drink down half a glass of the Littons’ water, which I can feel sloshing in my shrunken stomach.

    Our American King

  • I was all for it, mind you, even if s he was as drunk as Taffy's sow and spilling most of the drink down her front — if any ass tells you that there's nothing so disgusting as a beauty in her cups, I can only say she looks a sight more interesting than a sober schoolmarm.

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

  • ‘But don’t let it lead you to jump to any hasty conclusions about me,’ she added, putting her drink down carefully on the carpet while she fished about to find the fuse-wire and quickly wound a 15-amp strand in a figure of eight around the worn clasp.

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • “Now, before you drink down too much of that awful vinegar-blink and blur whatever talent remains to you,” the prince said, once the cook had retreated, “try to bespeak the Conjure-Princess in Holt Mallburn.

    Conqueror's Moon


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