Definition of Imbibe
to drink (used frequently of alcoholic beverages)
Examples of Imbibe in a sentence
Best practice dictates that anyone who intends to imbibe alcoholic beverages should make sure to have dependable transportation to get home.
Despite being unable to imbibe cocktails with her friends, Mariel probably had the most fun at the wedding reception.
Every morning, I like to delay the start of the work day, go outside on the terrace, and imbibe large quantities of sunshine and fresh air.
If I imbibe too much soda, I find that I am troubled with extreme bouts of hiccupping.
Even though we are told to imbibe plenty of water to stay hydrated and healthy, there have been cases where drinking too much water has been fatal for some people.
When my sisters and I toured California’s Wine Country last year, we hired a limo and driver so that we could imbibe to our hearts’ content.
A well-planned garden ensures that all plants are located where they can have maximum opportunities to imbibe water, nutrients, and sunshine.
Parents who allow their underage children to imbibe will be prosecuted In the event of alcohol-related accidents.
Since you already have a DUI offense on your record, can you really afford to imbibe more than one beer tonight?
Because David was known to freely imbibe when friends were buying, his invitations to parties dropped drastically.
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