Difference between drinker and supper
- a person who drinks liquids
- a person who drinks alcoholic beverages (especially to excess)
One of them is the capacity of drinkers to adsorb liqueur without slurring or otherwise noticeably displaying physical manifestations of enjoying alcoholic beverages.
Japanese green tea drinkers also consume less sodium than fat-bottomed American fizzy drink lovers.
A shuffling street drinker with a string of convictions over eight lost years, she is now notorious as the woman who exposes herself in public.
- a social gathering where a light evening meal is served
- a light evening meal; served in early evening if dinner is at midday or served late in the evening at bedtime
The Last Supper. The final time that the apostles shared a meal with Jesus.
If you wish to ascertain if a woman be with child, give her hydromel to drink when she is going to sleep, and has not taken supper, and if she be seized with tormina in the belly, she is with child, but otherwise she is not pregnant.
Tickets for the event cost only £5 each and that also includes a light supper.