drink (n.) Old form(s): drinke
drinking-bout, carousing
AC II.vii.103.1[Enobarbus to Antony] Shall we dance now the Egyptian bacchanals / And celebrate our drink?
Tim III.v.75[Second Senator to Alcibiades, of his friend] 'Tis inferred to us / His days are foul and his drink dangerous
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