Origin of imbibe
synonym study for imbibe
OTHER WORDS FROM imbibeim·bib·er, nounpre·im·bibe, verb (used with object), pre·im·bibed, pre·im·bib·ing.un·im·bibed, adjectiveun·im·bib·ing, adjective
How to use imbibe in a sentence
Your Thanksgiving FAQs, answeredWe’ve also included a few drinks at the end, in case your crew is the imbibing sort.Thanksgiving appetizer recipes and easy cocktails to start the feast off right|Daniela Galarza, Becky Krystal|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Though an inveterate imbiber of alcohol, he was never positively drunk during the whole voyage.Flora Lyndsay|Susan Moodie
Death Waits was a good kid, but he was a serious imbiber of the kool-aid.Makers|Cory Doctorow
At first the imbiber shakes as with the ague; and presently he begins to rave as if in delirium.In Search of a Siberian Klondike|Homer B. Hulbert
And the Imbiber, who was with difficulty keeping his lips in proper form, was glad enough to accept the invitation.
He had overheard the Idiot's confidences, as revealed to the genial Imbiber, regarding the sources of some of his ideas.