Quaff (verb)

To drink (something) deeply and heartily.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from middle dutch quaffen, of imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. He quaffed the beer in one gulp.
  2. The travelers quaffed the cool water from the stream.
  3. We quaffed the wine and felt the warmth spread through our bodies.
  4. The guests quaffed the champagne to celebrate the occasion.
  5. She quaffed the last of her drink and signaled for another.
Some random words: nuthatch, permeable, turpentine