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He took a drink out of the bottle and then lay down on the grass.
Whereupon I enumerated as many sorts as came into my head, with the various methods of dressing them, which could not be done without sending vessels by sea to every part of the world, as well for liquors to drink as for sauces and innumerable other conveniences.
Basil, let us have something iced to drink, something with strawberries in it.
Come up and have a drink and tell us all about Bone Creek.
But they learned, just as men learn to smoke; though it is far easier to learn to smoke than to learn to drink.
I want the sugar first, then I'll drink the bitter water.
Drink then, and do not meddle with what we are discussing, for that requires all one's wit and cool judgment.
I've no more to say as concerns the present time, an' so we'll drink our young squire's health--three times three.
Meanwhile, I will run into the cellar, and take a drink.
We drink before meals, and with meals, and after meals.
Anatole kept on refilling Pierre's glass while explaining that Dolokhov was betting with Stevens, an English naval officer, that he would drink a bottle of rum sitting on the outer ledge of the third floor window with his legs hanging out.
Nothing could make me forget what I know," remarked the Scarecrow, gazing into the fountain, "for I cannot drink the Water of Oblivion or water of any kind.