Origin of quaff
OTHER WORDS FROM quaffquaffer, nounoutquaff, verb (used with object)un·quaffed, adjective
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How to use quaff in a sentence
Juicy strawberries, wild herbs and a saline minerality combine for a refreshing, even invigorating quaff.Toast la dolce vita at brunch by popping open this bottled Bellini cocktail|Dave McIntyre|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
Not that we suspect he suspected Harry was trying to get a cheeky quaff.
But is his quaff really as provocative a fashion statement as Mel says it is?
There was a settee, a mahogany sideboard, where the former owner was accustomed to quaff his wines and liquors.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
The champagne seemed to flow in fountains, and was only interrupted that the guests might quaff Burgundy or taste Tokay.Endymion|Benjamin Disraeli
I began to quaff new life with the first breath of the balmy air.John Marvel, Assistant|Thomas Nelson Page
We put the cup of pleasure to our lips, and quaff, instead of cooling draughts, the fiery flashes of searing excess.
There would be no refreshing cup to quaff upon arriving, only water, or at best milk.Biltmore Oswald|J. Thorne Smith, Jr.