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- noun The act or process of
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From his inside pocket emerges a silver flask filled with his imbibement of the moment, greedily raised to his lips The comm, Leukman remembered, the comm had a message on it.
Vokda, yes my favorite imbibement as well…. next to wikkey.
The invocation of spirits, however (and later, as I was to discover, the imbibement of same) always struck me as the real deal, even if it was depicted playfully - as it is in another of my favorite cartoons, the Disney Silly Symphony "Skeleton Dance," which rather joyously refracts the grim desolation of sepulcher motifs through the giddily kinesthetic mirror of human anatomy.
I am glad I was with people, good food, and maybe a bit of imbibement to take the edge off watching 90 unadulterated minutes of our country's gut-wrenching political discourse.
The "Unless" clause: "... unless you drive a car, climate control you home, buy groceries, wear clothes, drink coffee, use tobacco, partake in imbibement, recieve a paycheck, or breath.