quaffer

NOUN
  1. a person who drinks heartily
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How To Use quaffer In A Sentence

  • Vampyre umbral skulker until sunlight dwindles then bat becomes nocturnal prince throat ravager, claret quaffer, night wraith fearless charlatan, blood drunkard but at dawn's flushing kiss he yields to light Archive 2006-08-01
  • Pinot Grigio is, in fact, the ultimate no-frills, no-thought-required quaffer - just the ticket in casual Italian trattorias.
  • Before leaving, the boats were loaded with casks of the local quaffer, which was usually a blend of several grapes: verdelho, sercial, bual, malvasia (also known as malmsey), and terrantez. Slate Magazine
  • In an era when life is lived at breakneck speed and anyone who's anyone is a cool, cosmopolitan coffee quaffer, the reliable, unadventurous, humble old cuppa ain't where it's at any longer.
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