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Definition of "quaffer" []

  • To drink heartily or in one draught (verb)
  • One who quaffs. (noun)

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Use "quaffer" in a sentence
  • "The former owners of what is now Vineyard 48 used to turn out excellent Sauvignon Blancs -- dry and crisp, citrusy, with a good flinty finish -- the perfect quaffer to clams on the half shell, poached lobster or grilled fish -- all the great foodstuffs that define the East End of Long Island."
  • "Vinchio-Vaglio I Tre Vescovi Barbera d'Asti 2007 (£7.99, Waitrose; 14.5% abv) is a good, berry-fruit quaffer with not much follow-through."
  • "Things have really changed from the time when it was a reliable quaffer until now where you can get world class Soave pretty much everywhere."
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