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- n. Alternative spelling of hip flask.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small portable flask, usually made of metal, used to hold liquor.
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- n. a flask that holds spirits
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Next time around I may buy the small hipflask bottles of vodka and make small batches of different herbal vodka.
It started badly when they gave me a round of applause for being an alcoholic since I was thirteen - I took it as encouragement, when I got bored and broke out a hipflask of rather good vodka, I was escorted off the premises. trust me you never want to go to an AA meeting they are the saddest bunch of losers you will ever see.
And I will see you there, with my battered hipflask of whisky at the ready as usual.
So, picture the scene: after half an hour of pushing a grizzly toddler around while searching for a some unoccupied territory, I finally find a shady spot, take a medicinal swig from my hipflask, unstrap toddler, unpack toys…
So, picture the scene: after half an hour of pushing a grizzly toddler around while searching for a some unoccupied territory, I finally find a shady spot, take a medicinal swig from my hipflask, unstrap toddler, unpack toysâ¦
Moody took a swig from his hipflask, his electric-blue eye staring sideways at Harry.
Yet the thought process isn't followed through and thus we encounter Lisa Dillon's half-undressed and wildly writhing Kate, complete with cigarette, hipflask and tattoo.
There's also a Tweed Run silk scarf and pewter hipflask.
In a typically humorous response, Ellen whips out a hipflask and takes a swig.
Of course, the grizzled old editor would only have been able to offer the dying a pull from his hipflask, rather then actual medical treatment.