Synonyms and related words:
BS, Bronx cocktail, Bull Shot, Cuba Libre, Dubonnet cocktail, Green Dragon, Guggenheim, Harvey Wallbanger, Irish coffee, John Barleycorn, Mai-Tai, Manhattan, Mickey, Mickey Finn, Rob Roy, Sazerac, absorb, ade, adsorb, alcohol, alcoholic beverage, alcoholic drink, ambrosia, aperitif, aqua vitae, ardent spirits, assimilate, beef tea, belt, beverage, bib, big drink, birch beer, bishop, blood, blot, blot up, blue, blue water, booze, bouillon, bowle, brandy Alexander, brandy and soda, brandy smash, brew, brine, briny, bumper, buttered rum, buttermilk, carouse, celebrate, champagne cocktail, chaser, chemisorb, chemosorb, chicory, chocolate milk, chug-a-lug, church parade, cider, cobbler, cocktail, cocoa, coffee, coffee royale, cola, collins, cooler, deep, devour, digest, doch-an-dorrach, draft, drag, drain, drain the cup, dram, draught, draw, drench, drink bottoms-up, drink deep, drink hard, drink in, drink off, drink to, drink up, drinkable, drop, dry martini, eat, egg cream, eggnog, engorge, engross, engulf, espresso, eye-opener, filter in, finger, firewater, fizz, flip, fluid, fluid extract, fluid mechanics, follow strong drink, frappe, frosted, frosted shake, fruit juice, gargle, gimlet, gin and tonic, gin fizz, ginger ale, ginger beer, glass, gobble, grape juice, grapefruit juice, grasshopper, grog, gulp, gulp down, guzzle, hard liquor, hard stuff, high sea, high seas, highball, hooch, hot buttered rum, hot toddy, hydraulics, hydrogeology, hydrosphere, ice-cream soda, iced coffee, iced tea, imbibe, indulge, inebriant, infiltrate, ingest, ingurgitate, intoxicant, intoxicating liquor, jigger, jolt, juice, julep, knock back, knockout drops, koumiss, lap, lap up, latex, lemonade, libation, limeade, liquid, liquid extract, liquor, little brown jug, main, main sea, malt, martini, milk, mineral water, mint julep, mixed drink, mocha, nectar, negus, nightcap, nip, ocean, ocean depths, ocean main, ocean sea, old-fashioned, orangeade, osmose, parting cup, peg, percolate in, phosphate, pint, pledge, pop, portion, posset, potable, potation, potion, pousse-cafe, pub-crawl, pull, punch, punch bowl, purl, quaff, rickey, root beer, root beer float, round, round of drinks, rum, rum punch, salt sea, salt water, salute, sangria, sap, schnapps, schooner, screwdriver, sea, seep in, seltzer, semiliquid, shake, shot, sidecar, sip, sling, slosh, slug, slurp, slurp up, smash, snifter, snort, soak, soak in, soak up, social lubricant, soda, soda pop, soda water, soft drink, sorb, sour, spirits, sponge, spot, spring water, stirrup cup, strong drink, strong waters, suck, suck in, suckle, sundowner, sup, swallow, swig, swill, swill down, swill up, take in, take up, taste, tea, thalassa, the Demon Rum, the bottle, the bounding main, the brine, the briny, the briny deep, the cup, the deep, the deep sea, the flowing bowl, the luscious liquor, the ruddy cup, the seven seas, the vasty deep, tide, tipple, tisane, toast, toddy, tonic, tope, toss, toss down, toss off, tot, toxicant, wash, wash down, wassail, water, water of life, wee doch-an-dorrach, wet, whey, wolf down

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