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Use "compotation" in a sentence
"But this very reasonable proposal, as it might have elsewhere seemed, contained in it treason against the laws of German compotation."
"Whether those who shared in the compotation were more seasoned topers — whether Middlemas drank more than they — or whether, as he himself afterwards suspected, his cup had been drugged, like those of"
"In his hours of festivity and compotation, drop that he puts you in mind of what Sir William Temple says of the Pensionary De Witt, — who at that time governed half Europe, — that he appeared at balls, assemblies, and public places, as if he had nothing else to do or to think of."