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sipper

[ sip-er ]
/ ˈsɪp ər /
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noun
a person who sips.
a paper tube through which to sip; drinking straw.
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Origin of sipper

First recorded in 1605–15; sip + -er1
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How to use sipper in a sentence

  • Lemonade: that classic cool-off, that tangy treat, that summertime sipper, that juice that tastes so good with a shot of vodka.

    Memorial Day Eats|Cookstr.com|May 25, 2010|DAILY BEAST
  • Meanwhile a great black and white paper-hornet has seen his opportunity, and is soon slyly approaching behind the sipper.

    My Studio Neighbors|William Hamilton Gibson
  • I am no heartless sensualist, no butterfly sipper at the lips of beauty.

British Dictionary definitions for sipper

sipper
/ (ˈsɪpə) /

noun
US informal a drinking straw
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