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Definition of "compotation" [com•po•ta•tion]

  • The act of drinking together. (noun)

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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."
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