drinking age

NOUN
  1. the age at which is legal for a person to buy alcoholic beverages
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How To Use drinking age In A Sentence

  • Here Congress has offered relatively mild encouragement to the States to enact higher minimum drinking ages than they would otherwise choose.
  • Here Congress has offered relatively mild encouragement to the States to enact higher minimum drinking ages than they would otherwise choose.
  • Here Congress has offered relatively mild encouragement to the States to enact higher minimum drinking ages than they would otherwise choose.
  • The current United States legal drinking age is 21.
  • Here Congress has offered relatively mild encouragement to the States to enact higher minimum drinking ages than they would otherwise choose.
  • One thing is for sure: it will not be spent on extra police to enforce the current drinking age.
  • In parts of Europe, the legal drinking age for beer, and sometimes hard liquor, is sixteen.
  • Should the alcoholic drinking age be increased or decreased?
  • In parts of Europe, the legal drinking age for beer, and sometimes hard liquor, is 16.
  • In parts of Europe, the legals legal drinking age for beer, and hardhard liquor, is 16.
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