from The Century Dictionary.

  • To sip frequently; tipple.
  • To drink by sips.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • intransitive verb Obs. or Scot. To sip often.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb obsolete To take frequent sips.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

Frequentative of sip.


  • "'Deed, Mr Cupples, ye s' hae neither sook nor sipple o 'that spring."

    Alec Forbes of Howglen

  • From this topic he transferred his disquisitions to the verb drink, which he affirmed was improperly applied to the taking of coffee, inasmuch as people did not drink, but sip or sipple that liquor; that the genuine meaning of drinking is to quench one's thirst, or commit a debauch by swallowing wine; that the Latin word, which conveyed the same idea, was bibere or potare, and that of the

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • If this had been Renault or Ferrari, there would have been pandamomium!! for once i have to partially agree with mr egmond simple (sipple sorry) trulli (because he is not a good driver hie!) went of lh passed him while safety car was out lh slowed and let him by to prevent being penalized right? no wrong he gets penalized cause no matter what the man does he going to get penalized next penalty will be for going tooo fast ..... go fia you make it so interesting and pleasure to watch!!



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  • An infant who’s fierce for the nipple

    Once grown may be given to tipple

    And if so accursed

    Must manage his thirst,

    Not guzzle but daintily sipple.

    January 10, 2019