drink to

Salute a person or occasion with a toast, as in Let's drink to our continued success. [Early 1500s]

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How to use drink to in a sentence

  • I could give up drink to-morrow, without a struggle,—if it were worth my while to make up my mind to do it.

    Phineas Finn | Anthony Trollope
  • I give you both fair warning that you drink your last drink to-day; I ought to know by this time how to part soul from body.

  • The new slogan of the temperance enthusiasts—What Manchester drinks to-day England will drink to-morrow.

  • The Emu started at the sound, and whispered to the Kangaroo, "There'll be no drink to-night: watch!"

    Dot and the Kangaroo | Ethel C. Pedley
  • Well, young man, perhaps you will drink to-night with me and my partners, when we can talk the matter over.

    The Romany Rye | George Borrow