drink in

VERB
  1. be fascinated or spell-bound by; pay close attention to
    The mother drinks in every word of her son on the stage
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How To Use drink in In A Sentence

  • Even the normal Perigordine fare of duck la gras and truffles washed down with red wine and pastis has yielded in favour of Scottish food and drink in celebration of the Auld Alliance.
  • At the various delivery points, the consignee often treated them to food and drink in return for other messages carried for him on the side.
  • So when I turned on my seven-hundred-dollar heels to strut toward the bar, and over to where Mona was—perched up on a barstool with a frosty drink in her hand, like I wanted to be—I was slightly annoyed when some nigga grabbed me gently by the forearm, pulling me back to the floor. Deep Throat Diva
  • As they quickly let you know, they eat bread, not chapattis; drink in tavernas, not tea shops; many of them were Roman Catholic, not Hindu; and their musicians played guitars and sang fados.
  • `You can get me a drink in the interval,' said Vic, giving her a sloe-eyed grin. JUST BETWEEN US
  • He tried to ask for a drink in the barber shop, but the barber didn't seem to understand what he was saying. DESPERADOES
  • Quite why people need to be able to drink in licensed premises at four o’clock in the morning midweek is utterly beyond me. Outbreak of Clerical Common Sense
  • The bartender poured a drink into a shot glass, and gave it to him.
  • Alex sighed, then downed his drink in one swallow and returned for another one.
  • And a walk in the country is the perfect prelude to a nice warming drink in front of the open fire. The Sun
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