|cup for drinking coffee||coffee cup|
|(from French) tea dance, type of social event of drinking tea and dancing held in late afternoon||dansant|
|absorb ideas, absorb something, drink something, drink; absorb; take in, take something in as if drinking||imbibe|
|absorption of fluid by a colloid, drinking; absorption; taking in, receiving||imbibition|
|acrobat, amount in tumbler, drinking glass, drinking glass without a stem or handle; acrobat; part of a lock which releases the bolt to move; gear-moving part of a transmission, cog for transmitting power from a rotating shaft (Machines); species of do...||tumbler|
|act of drinking; sip, gulp; beverage, drink, alcoholic drink||potation|
|act of eating or drinking, act of using something up, consumer expenditure, using up, consuming; tuberculosis (infectious disease), wasting disease||consumption|
|African coffee plant||robusta|
|alcohol, alcoholic beverage, hard liquor; immoderate drinking, intoxication, drink alcohol; get drunk, overindulge in alcohol, session of heavy drinking||booze|
|alcoholic drink that is consumed quickly; instance of drinking a beverage quickly, drink quickly or heartily, drink with large gulps, drink quickly; drink an alcoholic beverage quickly and cheerfully, hearty drink||quaff|
|alcoholic drink, celebratory toast; celebratory party, feast; alcoholic beverages drunk at a celebration (especially mulled ale or wine), drink in celebration, drink to the health of; drink or give a wassail, drinking or Christmas song, festive occasio...||wassail|
|alcoholic, one who is addicted to alcoholic drinks, drinking bout, emotionally intoxicated, intoxicated by alcohol, intoxicated with alcohol, long-soaked, somebody who drinks all the time||drunk|
|amount held in tankard, big beer mug, large drinking vessel with a handle and a hinged cover||tankard|
|ancient Greek drinking vessel||rhyton|
|ancient Greek drinking vessel, cup-shaped structure||scyphus|
|aspect rooted in the past, headache and other effects caused by heavy consumption of alcohol, holdover, illness after drinking||hangover|
|athletic support, bowl-shaped object, bowl-shaped plant or body part, communion chalice or wine, contents of cup, cupful, dish served in cup -shaped container, draw to surface of skin, drinking container, form into cup shape, golf hole, hold in hands, ...||cup|
|attack of illness, fight, session; fit of illness or drinking; athletic match, short period of activity||bout|
|attack on the street with the intention to steal; rob on the street; memorize, learn by heart, contents of a mug, drinking cup, large cup; dummy, idiot (Slang); face (Slang), make faces, mug shot, mugful, photograph suspected criminal, rob somebody, so...||mug|
|bar, pub, tavern, location for drinking||barroom|
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