drinkable

[ UK /dɹˈɪŋkəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɪnkəbəɫ/ ]
NOUN
  1. any liquid suitable for drinking
    may I take your beverage order?
ADJECTIVE
  1. suitable for drinking
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How To Use drinkable In A Sentence

  • European visitors to the site on the Wells Estate are often dismayed to find a landmark where undrinkable water leaks from crumbling walls.
  • Bushmen in his employ, they came to a deep water-hole, where the precious fluid, though "brak" (alkaline) and stagnant, was still plentiful and drinkable, and within working distance of which the newly-discovered "fields" were located. A Rip Van Winkle Of The Kalahari Seven Tales of South-West Africa
  • When gum infection causes periodontosis , drinkable mix juice with carrot cabbage patch, can supply many vitamin C for human body not only, return OK and clean oral cavity at the same time.
  • In the most extreme cases it renders a wine undrinkable (though not physically dangerous); in others it just flattens its aromas and flavours.
  • Smooth and very drinkable, this delivers subtle notes of aniseed, liquorice, spice and lemon peel.
  • And Kuznetsova, with her dark hair and plaintive eyes and sometimes obnoxious laugh, has become a new emblem — an emblem not of suffering, but of anger with the place that Russia has become, a parallel world cordoned off from Europe and the United States that lacks drinkable tap water and a genuinely independent judiciary, and is led by a criminal regime driven by the puniest of ambitions: theft. From Russia, With Self-Loathing
  • Stock you pantry: good drinkable wines, fresh spices (buy small), good chicken broth, bottles of beans, piquillo peppers, capers, anchovies, etc.
  • White House reporters will surely have been relieved to learn that Canberra's tap water is drinkable.
  • It uses local Hallertauer and Saaz hop and has at least six weeks of cold maturation which results in an extremely drinkable lager.
  • Breakfast was hot chocolate -- sandy, sour, nearly undrinkable, but religiously provided at least once a week in place of coffee. STONE CITY
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