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Definition of "quaffing" []

  • To drink heartily or in one draught (verb)
  • Present participle of quaff. (verb)

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Use "quaffing" in a sentence
  • "At their frequent drinking parties it is said they will pass several days and nights, almost without intermission, in quaffing the productions of the vineyards of Kakheti, a district in the mountains east of Tiflis."
  • "Vaughn Mordenti, a New Orleans event producer who worked often with Taneja, recalls quaffing rum and Cokes with Taneja in a limousine after a show in Houston."
  • "Part of the lure of drinking older vintages is the idea of quaffing history, imagining what was happening when the bottle was first sealed."