to empty or drain (a vessel), especially by drinking the contents.
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How to use toom in a sentence
Between us and the distant cliffs are the strangely carved and pinnacled rocks of the toom pin wu-near Tu-weap.
His explanation of this remarkable proceeding was that he wished the bottle toom, that he might again have it filled.The History of Burke and Hare | George Mac Gregor
One or two of our party made a point of saying "toom" to the Rajah, which was in fact a great insult.A Popular Account of the Manners and Customs of India | Charles Acland
They often tak' bilbie in toom houses, and that door is without a lock; it's keepit close wi' slipping a stick aneath it.Tommy and Grizel | J.M. Barrie
Between us and the distant cliffs are the strangely carved and pinnacled rocks of the toom'pin wunear' Tuweap'.Canyons of the Colorado | J. W. Powell