Reverse Dictionary: DRINK – NOUNS

DRINK etc. – NOUNS – Part 1
– a beverage SLURPAGE 1997 US sl.
– a big drink; a deep draught YACHT a1829 Sc.
– a bottle or glass of liquor BABY 1853
– a bout of excessive drinking; a debauch GUZZLE 1836
– a bracing drink’ a ‘pick-me-up’ NERVER L19 sl.
– a carbonated soft drink SKOOSH 1985 Sc. sl.
– a cheap, nasty, washy beverage; cheap drink SLUMGULLION 1872 Amer.
– a cocktail designed to hide the poor-quality liquor of the Prohibition era CAMOUFLAGE COCKTAIL 1930s African-American sl.
– a cocktail made with crushed ice HAILSTORM M19 US sl.
– a constant readiness to drink A MIDDLING SLIPPY THROPPLE Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a convivial occasion involving excessive drinking and licentiousness ORGION 1613 obs. rare
– a cupful drunk ‘all out’, a full draught of liquor, a full bumper to one’s health CAROUSE 1594 obs.
– a cup of coffee that accompanies a shot of spirits, usually whisky CHASSE M19 sl.
– a day devoted to drinking FRI-HIGH-DAY 1990s African-American teen sl.
– a day-long drinking session ALL DAYER Brit. sl.
– a deep draught QUAFF 1579
– a delicious drink NECTAR 1583
– addictedness to drinking; tippling BIBACITY 1623
– addiction to drinking BIBULOUSNESS 1928
– addiction to tippling BIBULOSITY 1901
– a draught of liquor BEND 1727 Sc.
– a draught of liquor SCOOP Bk1904 Sc.
– a draught; a gulp BELVE Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a drink A.D. L19 UK society sl.
– a drink ALL KEYHOLE M19 sl.
– a drink ALLEVIATOR B1846 Eng. sl.
– a drink BUVARE M19 sl.
– a drink CANADOE E17 sl.
– a drink EDNA (EVERAGE) 2002 UK rhyming sl. for ‘beverage’
– a drink FLASH Bk1893
– a drink HORN 18C sl.
– a drink LOUNCE;  LOWNCE M19 nautical sl.
– a drink LUBE 1940s Aust. sl.
– a drink LUSHO M19 sl.
– a drink MUG-UP 1933 sl., chiefly Can. & nautical
– a drink NAIL IN ONE’S COFFIN 1823 sl.
– a drink NANNY GOAT M19 Aust. sl.
– a drink PACKAGE L19 sl.
– a drink PEN AND INK 1963 Aust. & NZ rhyming sl.
– a drink QUANTUM L18 sl.
– a drink QUENCHER M19 sl.
– a drink REFRESHER 1872 sl.
– a drink REVELATION E19 Amer. sl.
– a drink REVIVER 1876 sl.
– a drink SALVADOR (DALI) 2002 Sc. rhyming sl. for ‘swally’
– a drink SHERBET 1890 sl.
– a drink SHICKER;  SHIKER;  SHIKKER 1919 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a drink SOUL-SEARCHER 1900s sl.
– a drink STIFFENER 1864 sl., orig. Aust.
– a drink TASTE 1919 US sl.
– a drink TOT  Bk1892 S. Afr. sl.
– a drink WET; WHET 1719 sl.
– a drink, a dram, probably originally one taken on a cold day FROSTY NAIL 1783 Sc.
– a drink, a draught TIPAN 1896 Eng. dial.
– a drink; a drinking session SWALLY 1985 Sc. sl.
– a drink, a libation CUP-RITE 1582 obs.
– a drink, a ‘liquid lunch’ GLASS OF LUNCH 1960s Aust. sl.
– a drink, a ‘liquid lunch’ GLASS OF STEAK 1960s Aust. sl.
– a drink; a measure of alcohol FID 1830 Amer. dial.
– a drink and a good look around EMU’S BREAKFAST Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– a drink; any sort of potable RINSE Bk1903 sl.
– a drink, a toddy TOD 1797 Amer. dial.
– a drink; a ‘wetting’ DAMP 1837 sl.
– a drink before a dance PRE-FUNCTION Bk1967 US students’ sl.
– a drink composed of two different alcoholic liquors SPLIT L19 sl.
– a drink consisting of a jigger of whisky in a glass of beer BOILER-MAKER Bk1975 US colloq.
– a drink consisting of alcohol and water WHITE EYE 1907 Amer. dial.
– a drink consisting of the dregs collected from the overflow of the pouring taps, the ends of spirit bottles, and similar leavings, which was sold cheap in gin shops, esp. to women ALLS M19 sl.
– a drink consisting of the dregs collected from the overflow of the pouring taps, the ends of spirit bottles and similar leavings; it was sold cheaply in gin-shops, particularly to women ALL SORTS E19 sl.
– a drink consumed without the company of others DRINK WITH THE FLIES 1943 Aust. sl.
– a drink containing a substance that causes unconsciousness IRISH COCKTAIL 1980s US sl.
– a drink containing chloral hydrate; a drink containing a fast-acting laxative MICKEY FINN Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– a drink, esp. an alcoholic one SHANT M19 sl.
– a drink, esp. of brandy DROP OF THE OLD AUTHOR 19C sl.
– a drink, esp. of brandy LEAF OF THE OLD AUTHOR 19C sl.
– a drink, esp. of brandy and soda water PEG 1860 Anglo-Indian
– a drink, esp. of gin LOTION 1876 sl.
– a drink in a tall glass LONG-SLEEVER 1879 Aust. sl.
– a drinking alcoholic beverages ELBOW BENDING 1934 Amer. dial.
– a drinking BAGGING 1960s US students’ sl.
– a drinking BIBITION 1853
– a drinking BUBBING 1678 sl. obs.
– a drinking IMBIBITION 1844
– a drinking, an imbibing strong drink SUCTION 1817 sl.
– a drinking, any amount BAGGING Bk1966 US students’ sl.
– a drinking; a time for drinking BEVER 1499 obs.
– a drinking deeply or copiously TOOT;  TOUT 1787 
– a drinking; drinks DRINKAGE Bk2006 US sl.
– a drinking; drunken revelry or dissipation BEZZLING 1598 obs.
– a drinking, esp. to excess; a drinking bout MUZZLING 1828 colloq. rare
– a drinking excessively PERPOTATION 1623 obs. rare
– a drinking match in which the drink is clubbed for BIRLING Bk1911 Sc. 
– a drinking of alcohol BIBULATION 1882
– a drinking of wine or other intoxicating liquor POCULATION 1837 nonce word
– a drinking session SWALLY 1985 Sc. sl.
– a drinking song BACCHANALIA 1651 obs.
– a drinking song BACCHIC 1676 obs.
– a drinking spirits BLYBIN Bk1911 Sc.
– a drinking, tippling SMILING 1858 US
– a drinking, toping TOOTING 1676 
– a drinking to excess BLABBAN Bk1898 Sc.
– a drinking to the extent of vomiting BOKE Bk1911 Sc.
– a drinking up HAUSTURE a1650 obs.
– a drinking, usually to excess LUSHING M19 sl.
– a drinking while standing at the bar, esp. in a crowd VERTICAL DRINKING 1950s NZ sl.
– a drink intended to be taken quickly QUICK ONE 1928 sl.
– a drink made of hot water, usually with milk and sugar KETTLE TEA 1906 Amer. dial.
– a drink made of the petals of the poppy HEADACHE-WINE Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor BLAST 1866 Amer. sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor CAULKER 1851 Amer. dial.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor COFFIN NAIL Bk2006 US sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor COFFIN TACK Bk2006 US sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor DANNIE 20C sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor FACE-PLASTER 1940s Aust. sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor FOGMATIC Bk1974 Amer. sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor FUDDLE 17C Brit. sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor GARGLE 1889 US sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor GEEZER E20 US sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor JOLT 1904 sl., chiefly US
– a drink of alcohol/liquor SHOT IN THE ARM Bk1990 Amer. sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor SLUG 1762 sl., chiefly US
– a drink of alcohol/liquor SMILE Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor TANGLEFOOT M19 colloq.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor TASTE 1919 US sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor TONSIL BATH M20 US sl.
– a drink of alcohol/liquor WAD 1910s sl.
– a drink of alcohol; a shot of alcohol BELT 20C US colloq.
– a drink of alcohol, esp. whisky SMILE 1839 colloq., orig. US
– a drink of liquor; a gulp, a swig GUZZLE a1704
– a drink of liquor, esp. of plain whisky SNORT 1889 Amer. sl.
– a drink of liquor, esp. of whisky, as keeping one warm SCOTCH MUFFLER 1969 Sc.
– a drink of liquor; the amount of liquor taken in one swallow GUSHER 1966 Amer. dial.
– a drink or glass of spirits NOBBLER 1842 Aust. sl.
– a drink served at a picnic ARKANSAS WATER 1951 Amer. dial., contemptuous usage
– a drink served in a slender beer glass with an hour-glass shape LADY’S WAIST 1930s Aust. sl.
– a drink taken after another; orig. a weak drink after spirits, but latterly also spirits after a weak drink CHASER 1897 sl., orig. US
– a drink taken alone DICK SMITH 1876 Amer. dial.
– a drink taken as protection against fog, like one taken as protection from snakebite FOG DRAM Bk1985 US –
– a drink taken before lunch ANTI-LUNCH 19C sl.
– a drink taken by a man alone JACK SMITHERS c1900 Aust. sl.
– a drink taken immediately after another, a ‘chaser’ BACK 1982 US sl.
– a drink taken out of turn or an extra drink taken while the decanter circulates BACK-HANDER M19 sl.
– a drink taken to brace one up BRACER 1829 US
– a drink taken to instil courage DUTCH COURAGE 1826 sl.
– a drink taken to relieve the symptoms of a hangover; a pick-me-up REGMAKER S. Afr.
– a drink that is taken by oneself JOHNNY WARDER 1910s Aust. sl.
– a drink; ‘the bottle’; a drinking-bout AUNTIE;  AUNTY 1853 Sc.
– a drink to keep up the spirits FEARNOUGHT 1880
– a drink; usually applied specifically to a drink of beer BEVIE;  BEVVY;  BEVY 1889 Brit. sl.
– a drop to drink; a taste SMAHAN E20 Irish
– a fiery drink GUNPOWDER c1755 sl.
– a fiery drink RASHER OF BACON M18 sl.
– a fill of drink JAG 1678 Eng. dial.
– a final drink, acknowledging the perils of drunken driving ONE FOR THE DITCH 1960s US sl.
– a final drink, a nightcap REPOSER Bk1903 sl.
– a fit of drunkenness; ill humour or temper brought on by drinking BARLEY-HOOD a1529
– a fit of drunkenness; ill humour or temper brought on by drinking BARLEY-MOOD 1790​
– after-hours drinking in a public house AFTERS 1930s Brit. sl.
– a general response to an offer of another drink, usually in a public house setting; as a query ‘same again?’ it can be the offer SAME AGAIN 1930s sl.
– a gesture showing that you have no money to pay for the next round of drinks at a pub; it involves patting one’s pockets, as if to say one has left their wallet at home AUSSIE HAKA;  AUSTRALIAN HAKA  1998 NZ sl.
– ‘a gill of spirits, generally rum, taken fasting’ GUM-TICKLER 1810 US
– a glass filled to the very top TIP-TOPPER 1822
– a glass of alcohol HACKNEY MARSH 20C rhyming sl.
– a glass of beer, or a soft drink, as opposed to wine or spirits LONG DRINK M19 sl.
– a glass of gin, rum, or any ardent spirits CANARY Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a glass of liquor BALL 1866 US sl.
– a glass of spirits; a dram THROAT-SEASONER Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– a glass or bumper imposed as a fine on one who does not drink fair KELTIE’S MENDS 1692 Sc. obs.
– a glass or bumper imposed as a fine on one who does not drink fair KELTIE;  KELTY 1692 Sc. obs.
– a gulp of a drink PULL 1575 sl.
– a half-glass of spirits SPLIT 1900s sl.
– a hangover cure, esp. a stiff drink BENDER MENDER 1988 Sc. sl.
– a hard drinking BLYBERIN Bk1911 Sc.
– a hearty draught; a large dose of intoxicating liquor SCOUR 1724 Sc.
– a hearty drink; a dram NICKER a1758  Sc. 
– a heavy drinking session LASH-UP 2000 UK sl.
– a holiday or festive period that is spent drinking alcohol ALCOHOLIDAY 
– a hot drink, esp. tea SCALD 1824 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a hurried drink QUICK SNORT 1962 sl.
– a kick from a drink SKOP 1980s S. Afr. sl.
– a large amount of alcohol drunk LOAD 1598 sl.
– a large draught of liquor SCOFF a1838 Sc.
– a large drink HIGH ONE L19 US sl.
– a large drink; alcohol HOOPENSOCKER 1933 Amer. dial.
– a large drink or glass of liquor HE-MAN DRINK Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor LONG DRAG Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor LONG ONE Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor LONG PULL Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor MAN-SIZED ORDER Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor RUBBER DRINK Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor TALL ONE Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large drink or glass of liquor THREE FINGERS IN A BATHTUB Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a large or strong drink; alcohol WHOOPENSOCCER;  WHOOPENSOCKER 1950 Amer. dial.
– a large quantity of strong drink BLAB Bk1898 Sc.
– a large shot of liquor BUCK LOAD 1846 Amer. dial.
– a last alcoholic drink before beginning a journey ONE FOR THE ROAD 1943 sl.
– a last drink, before starting a journey or leaving ONE FOR THE BITUMEN 1950s Aust. sl.
– alcoholic drink ROSIN M18 sl.
– alcoholic drink, esp. gin DIDDLE E18 sl.
– a liqueur taken after or with coffee CHASSE M19 sl.
– a liquor flask, esp. one holding a half-pint; a drink of liquor TICKLER 1809 Amer. dial.
– a little drink, esp. alcoholic TOOTHFUL a1774
– a little drink of liquor DRINKYPOO Bk2006 US sl.
– a long drink; a draught YARK 1900 Sc.
– a martini SILVER BULLET 1988 US sl.
– a measure of liquor BREAK-DOWN c1850 Aust. sl.
– a measure of spirits, as bought in a public house MAGISTRATE’S COURT 20C rhyming sl. for ‘short’
– a measure or drink of spirits, esp. whisky SHOOTER 1971 US sl.
– a midday drink MERIDIAN 1804 Sc.
– a midday meal at which more alcoholic drink than food is consumed LIQUID LUNCH 1970 sl.
– a mixing cocktails MIXOLOGY M19 sl., orig. US
– a mixture of drinks assembled from the dregs of bottles and glasses ALL NATIONS L18 sl.
– a mixture of ginger-soda and whisky, taken by hard drinkers after a night’s carousal DEADBEAT 1877 US sl. 
– a morning dram of spirits SCALCK; SKALK 1773 Sc.
– a morning drink SCALCH 1773 Sc.
– a mouth and throat parched through excessive drinking; severe thirst HOT COPPERS 1848 sl.
– an alcoholic drink BIG ORANGE Bk1970 US students’ sl.
– an alcoholic drink ICE-CREAM 1980s US college sl.
– an alcoholic drink MOOSE MILK 1957 Can. sl.
– an alcoholic drink NOSE PAINT 1880 UK sl. (from its effect on the colour of a serious drinker’s nose)
– an alcoholic drink PAINKILLER 20C US sl.
– an alcoholic drink SILLY MILK E20 US sl.
– an alcoholic drink TONSIL PAINT M20 US sl.
– an alcoholic drink, esp. champagne GIGGLE JUICE 1929 Amer. sl.
– an alcoholic drink, esp. in reference to a drinker’s foolish behaviour SILLYWATTER 1996 Sc. sl.
– an alcoholic drink of inordinate strength and fierceness PAINT-STRIPPER 20C sl.
– an alcoholic drink taken at sunset SUNDOWNER 1909 sl., orig. African English
– an alcoholic drink taken other than at mealtimes BYE-DRINK M18 sl.
– an alcoholic drink taken to allay the effects of drinking too much alcohol; a hang-over cure HAIR OF THE DOG 1546
– an alcoholic drink taken to allay the effects of drinking too much alcohol; a hang-over cure HAIR OF THE DOG THAT BIT YOU 1546
– an alcoholic drink taken to alleviate the symptoms of a hangover CURER 1996 Sc. sl.
– an alcoholic drink taken, usually in the morning, supposedly to counteract the bad effects of fog or dampness ANTIFOGMATIC(K) 1789 Amer. dial.
– an alcoholic drink taken, usually in the morning, supposedly to counteract the bad effects of fog or dampness FOG-CUTTER 1789 Amer. sl.
– an alcoholic drink which is set on fire in the glass (after the flames have been extinguished the fumes are inhaled before the drink is swallowed); an alcoholic drink which is set alight in the drinker’s mouth in the hope that swallowing puts the flame out FLAMER 2001 UK sl.
– an alcoholic mixed drink A-BOMB 1945 Amer. sl.
– an early-morning drink MORNING’S MORNING 1914 Amer. dial.
– an effervescing drink FIZZ 1889 sl.
– an effervescing drink POP 1812 sl.
– an enjoyable flavoursome alcoholic drink NOT A BAD DROP 1940s sl., orig. Aust.
– an excessive tendency to drink alcoholic beverages POTOMANIA Bk1991
– a nightcap DOWD 1740 US
– an insipid beverage, esp. coffee or tea SKILLY 1927 sl.
– an insulating sleeve that fits over a beverage bottle or can to keep it cold COOZIE;  KOOZIE 1979 orig. & chiefly US
– an intoxicating drink BLOCKBUSTER 1940s sl.
– a nonalcoholic drink MOCKTAIL 1982 US sl.
– another drink of beer ANOTHERY 1963 Aust. sl.
– an outrageous drinking; the practice of frequenting taverns POPINATION 1623 obs. rare
– an oversized stomach resulting from drinking BOOZE BELLY 1965 Amer. dial.
– an oversized stomach resulting from drinking BOOZE GUT 1965 Amer. dial.
– an oversized stomach resulting from drinking BOOZE POT 1965 Amer. dial.
– an unpleasant flavour; said of liquor NAG Bk1903 Eng. dial.
– any unpleasant, vile, or disgusting thing to drink MUCK 1882 UK sl.

DRINK etc. – NOUNS – Part 2
– a particularly potent mixed drink, often a shooter BUZZMAKER Bk1998 sl.
– a party of drinkers CABAL 1704 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– a period, usually in the early evening, during which drinks are sold at reduced prices HAPPY HOUR 1934 sl., orig. US
– a person’s habitual alcoholic drink TIPPLE 1581
– a pint ‘pot’; a pint glass SIR WALTER SCOTT 1992 UK rhyming sl.
– a place that drinking, generally illicit, takes place SACKWAH 1970s Black British sl.
– a poisonous drink BLACK BOTTLE 1927 Amer. dial.
– a poisonous drink BLACK DRAUGHT 1935 Amer. dial.
– a private or surreptitious drink LONESOME Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a private or surreptitious drink QUIET ONE Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a private or surreptitious drink SNEAKER Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– a punch made of an equal proportion of wine and spirits SALLIVOCUS 1757 Sc. obs.
– a quart pot of drink GAGE OF BOWSE 1566 UK sl. obs.
– a quart pot of drink; a pint GAGE c1440 sl.
– a quickly consumed alcoholic drink QUICKIE 1940s colloq.
– a quiet drink QUIETIE 1995 Aust. sl.
– a red face caused by the bursting of blood vessels through excessive long-term drinking TODDY BLOSSOM 19C sl.
– a red nose caused by excessive drinking STRAWBERRY 1949 jocular usage
– a refreshing drink REGALE 1768 US
– a reviving alcoholic drink; a drink of spirits and hot water, a toddy CHEERER 1790 Sc. & Eng. dial. rare
– a rip-roaring bacchanal PARTY OF LIFE Bk1972 homosexual sl. 
– a round of drinks for which each individual buys their own drink SCOTCHMAN’S SHOUT;  SCOTCH SHOUT  1940s Aust. & NZ sl.
– a round of drinks for which each individual buys their own drink YANKEE SHOUT 1945 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a round of drinks that includes everyone present ALL ROUND 1851 colloq. obs.
– a second or further drink REFILL 1929 sl.
– a second or return drink THE OFFICE COPY 1946 naval sl.
– a second or return drink THE OTHER HALF 1922 sl., orig. naval usage
– a session of excessive drinking DRUNKATHON 2003 UK sl.
– a Seven-Up™ soda NATURAL 1967 US sl.
– a shandy, a mixture of beer and lemonade SMILER 1892 UK sl.
– a short drink, esp. an alcoholic one SNORTER sl.
– a shot of bourbon DAMP BOURBON POULTICE L19 US sl. 
– a shout (drink) WALLY GROUT Bk1999 Aust. rhyming sl.
– a single measure of chilled After Shock™ cinnamon or peppermint liqueur imbibed through a straw in a single action GUN-SHOT 2001 UK sl.
– a sip of spirits; a dram TASTER 1788 Sc. obs.
– a sip or little drink of punch or other diluted liquor TIFF 1727 colloq. or sl.
– a small alcoholic drink SPOT 1885 sl.
– a small bottle of soda water with twopenny worth of spirits BABY AND NURSE M19 sl.
– a small but strong glass of hot grog OKUM-SNIFFY 1873 Eng. dial.
– a small draught of liquid; a drink, a sip SUCK 1625
– a small drink; a sip BIB Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– a small drink of alcoholic liquor SNIFTER 1844 US
– a small drink of spirits SHORTIE;  SHORTY 1931 sl., orig. US
– a small drink of spirits TINCTURE 1914 sl.
– a small drink of whisky or other liquor NIP 1869 sl.
– a small glass of neat spirits; also used in an ironic sense for an ordinary-sized or large glass of liquor SMALLER 1829 colloq., obs.
– a small glass or measure of alcohol PONY 1849 sl.
– a small measure of a beverage, esp. of spirits SMALL 1695 rare
– a small portion or quantity of alcoholic drink DROP L17 colloq.
– a small quantity of any liquid; a draught, a drink TIP 1825 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– as much as anyone can drink SKINFUL 1824
– as much as can be drunk at one breath BELLY-DRIGHT 1868 Eng. dial.
– a soda TONSIL DUNKER Bk1947 Amer. sl.
– a soft drink BELLY WASH 1900 Amer. dial.
– a soft drink BELLY WASHER 1909 Amer. dial.
– a soft drink SOFT BEER 1887 Amer. dial.
– a soft drink, esp. (later) an instant fruit drink BUG JUICE 1889 sl.
– a soft drink with ice-cream floating on it SPIDER 1941 Aust. sl.
– a solitary drink JIMMY WOODSER 1933 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a solitary drink JOHNNY WOODSER 1933 Aust. & NZ sl.
– a stiff drink SNEEZER 1823
– a stiff drink of spirits ROSINER 1932 Irish & Aust. sl.
– a strong alcoholic drink GUT-BRACER 1940s US sl.
– a strong alcoholic drink GUT-BURNER 1940s US sl.
– a strong cocktail BUZZ BOMB 1945 Amer. sl.
– a strong drink PARALYSER 1910s Aust. sl.
– a strong drink of liquor GUT-HEATER 1940s Amer. sl.
– a strong drink of liquor GUT-WARMER a1944 Amer. sl.
– a strong drink, esp. early in the morning EYE-OPENER 1817 US sl.
– a strong mixed alcoholic drink, esp. when used to relax the inhibitions of women at parties HAIRY BUFFALO 1960s US sl.
– a stupefying or soporific drink DWALE 1393 obs.
– a sweet, colourful, fizzy drink BALLOON JUICE L19 W. Indies sl.
– a too earnest desire to drink BIBESY Bk1731 obs.
– a tossing 3 coins in a hat in order to determine who pays for drinks; he who guesses right is exempt from payment GAFFING E19 sl.
– a very large drink; much liquor GROWN-MAN’S DOSE c1860 colloq.
– a very strong drink BLOCK AND TACKLE 1930s US sl.
– a very strong spiced punch LARKIN c1860 Anglo-Indian
– a very weak beverage, esp. coffee, tea, or beer DISHWATER Bk1942 Amer. dial.
– a very weak beverage, esp. coffee, tea, or beer DITCHWATER 1965 Amer. dial.
– a weak drink, esp. tea MAID’S WATER L19 Aust. sl.
– a weak or bad drink, usually alcoholic BELLY WASH 1889 Amer. dial.
– a weak, worthless drink CAT-BLASH 19C Eng. dial.
– a wine-drinking carousal BANQUET 1535 obs.
– bad drink; a strong variety of home-distilled liquor CHOKE-DOG E19 US sl.
– capacity for drinking BIBOSITY 1823
– capacity for drinking POWER OF SUCTION Bk1904 sl.
– cheap and potent alcoholic drink KONG 1945 US sl.
– cheap, strong whisky or another drink PAINT REMOVER 20C sl., orig. US
– Coca-Cola or some other carbonated drink DOPE 1915 US sl.
– Coca-Cola TAR BABY 2000 Amer. dial.
– cocktail garnishes GARBAGE 1908 US sl.
– constant drinking, tippling ELBOW-CROOKING 1880 Eng. dial.
– consumption of alcoholic beverages IRRIGATION 1856 Amer. dial.
– continued or repeated drinking, bibbing BIBATION 1830
– continued or repeated drinking, tippling BIBBING a1400
– convivial occasions involving excessive drinking and licentiousness; orgies ORGIA 1570-6
– convivial occasions involving excessive drinking and licentiousness; orgies ORGIACS a1859
– denatured alcohol used as a beverage; any inferior alcoholic beverage SMOKE 1926 Amer. dial.
– drink BIT O’ BLINK L19 rhyming sl.
– drink DOINGS 1839 Amer. dial.
– drink DRUNK a800 obs.
– drink GOLLY-WHOPPER 1966 Amer. dial.
– drink MEDICINE 1851 Eng. dial.
– drink MUCK-A-MUCK M19 US sl.
– drink NECK-OIL Bk1902 sl.
– drink SUP a1810 Eng. dial.
– drink SWIZZLE Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– drink TACK L19 sl.
– drink TACKLE 1857 Eng. dial. & sl.
– drink TACKLING Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– drink TAKING 1873 Eng. dial.
– drink, a draught BOOSE;  BOOZE 1732 colloq.
– drink, liquor in general LAP 1618 sl.
– drink and food MALT AND MEAL 1861 Sc.
– drink, beverage BOUVRAGE Bk1911 Sc.
– drink, beverage FUZZLE B1900 Sc.
– drink, esp. strong beer BUB 1671 cant obs.
– drink, food, and sex, usually the latter DESIRES OF THE FLESH euphemism
– drink; generally applied to intoxicating beverages TITLEY M19 Brit. sl.
– drinking, a drink or draught BEVERAGE c1390 obs.
– drinking, bibbing; a bibbing-house BIBBERY 1653 rare
– drinking time; the season for drinking QUAFF-TIDE 1582 obs.
– drink, liquor BOUSE; BOWSE 1567 colloq.
– drink, liquor LUSH 1790 sl.
– drink, liquor MALT PIE 1600 jocular usage, obs.
– drink, liquor SKINK 1824 Sc., contemptuous usage
– drink, liquor TIPSIE 1790 Sc. obs.
– drink, liquor in general LAP 1618 sl.
– drink; literally, good liquor BENE BOUSE;  BENE BOWSE M16 sl.
– drink made with ingredients believed to instil sexual fidelity or attraction STAY-HOME SAUCE 1991 Guyana
– drink of any kind THROTTLE-WET Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– drink of poor quality BLASH 1834 Eng. dial.
– drinks DRINKAGE Bk2006 US sl.
– drinks; liquor DRINKIES Bk2006 US sl.
– drink that is repulsive PUKE sl.
– drink; that which one drinks CUP 1719
– drink, tipple, beverage BIBBLE 19C Eng. dial.
– droppings of drink from the mouth LEBBERS 1825 Sc.
– eating and drinking, with an emphasis on fast, low-brow food and alcohol GUZZLE-AND-GRAB 1951 US sl.
– eggs, ale, wine, and sugar, but in summer made of milk, wine, sugar and rose water RAMBOOZE;  RAMBUZE 1656 obs.
– enough alcohol to make you drunk SNOOT FULL 1861 Amer. sl.
– excellent tipple RUM-SUCK Bk1904 cant
– food and drink BAG AND BOTTLE 17C Eng. colloq.
– food and drink MEAT AND MALT 1892 Sc.
– food and drink of any kind GRUB AND BUB c1750 sl.
– ginger beer BALLOON JUICE L19 sl.
– grapefruit juice or sour lemonade BATTERY ACID 1945 US sl.
– hard drinking BINGEING Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– heavy drinking UP LARGE 1980s NZ sl.
– iced drinks served with meals CIRCUS WATER World War II Amer. sl.
– intoxicating drink ALDERMAN LUSHINGTON Bk1892 Aust. sl.
– liquid of any sort, esp. milk or beer, taken with solid food SAP 1685 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– liquor for drinking BEVER 1453 obs.
– mad frolicsomeness, the effect of drinking MIRLIGOES B1900 Sc.
– meat and drink PECK AND BOOZE 18C sl.
– meat and drink PECK AND TIPPLE 19C sl.
– methylated spirits as drunk by alcoholics CHAT 1930s Irish sl.
– one’s intoxicating fill of liquor; enough alcohol to make you drunk SNOOT FULL 1861 Amer. sl.
– one’s preferred drink FACE-PLASTER L19 sl.
– one’s turn to buy a round of drinks WALLY GROUT 1990s Aust. rhyming sl. for ‘shout’
– palsy in the leg from hard drinking BRANDY-CLEEK Bk1911 Sc.
– poor-quality drink KILL-GRIEF 1946 US sl.
– poor-quality drink LUNATIC SOUP 1933 Aust. & NZ sl.
– poor-quality drink PINK-EYE 1900 sl., chiefly Aust. & Can.
– poor-quality drink ROT-GUT 1633 sl.
– poor-quality drink SCRAP IRON 1942 US sl.
– poor-quality drink SCREECH 1902 Amer. sl.
– poor-quality drink; alcoholic drink LUNATIC SOUP 1933 Aust. & NZ sl.
– poor-quality drink; chiefly applied to illicitly distilled whisky or other spirits HOOCH;  HOOTCH 1897 sl., orig. & chiefly Amer.
– poor-quality drink; illicitly distilled whisky POPSKULL 1867 Amer. sl.
– poor-quality drink; inferior liquor GUT-ROT 1916 sl.
– several drinks, esp. beers, not necessarily two COUPLE 1935 UK sl.
– sickness caused by drinking to excess BARLEY-FEVER 1828 Sc.
– sickness caused by excessive drinking BARREL-FEVER 1791 Eng. dial.
– soda of any kind DEVIL’S KINDLING WOOD 1988 Amer. dial.
– soda QUASIMODO 20C rhyming sl. (Cockney pronunciation)
– soda water BALLOON JUICE L19 Brit. sl.
– soothing drink LULL 1659 obs.
– sour drink; sour ale, cider, wine, etc.; very weak , sour beer BELLY-VENGEANCE 1826 Eng. dial.
– strong alcoholic drink BOILER-MAKER Bk1975 US sl.
– strong alcoholic drink GEEZER E20 US sl.
– strong alcoholic drink KILL-GRIEF E18 Brit. sl.
– strong alcoholic drink, esp. gin CUPID’S EYE-WATER 1755 sl.
– strong alcoholic drink, esp. gin PADDY’S EYE-WATER 1886 sl.
– strong alcoholic drink; whisky SNAKE MEDICINE Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– strong alcoholic drink; whisky SNAKEBITE MEDICINE 20C US sl.
– strong drink BREAKY-LEG c1860 sl.
– strong drink HEARTY M19 sl.
– strong drink MADDLE-BRAIN Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– strong drink RIVER OOZE;  RIVER OUSE 1930 UK rhyming sl. for ‘booze’
– strong drink THE RIVER 1930 UK rhyming sl. for ‘booze’ (River Ooze)
– strong drink TIPER-DOWN 1703 Eng. dial.
– strong drink; alcohol HOOPENSOCKER 1933 Amer. dial.
– strong drink, intoxicating liquor SICER a1300 obs.
– strong drink of any sort RUM LAP 1725 sl.
– strong drink; tipple SUCK a1700 sl. obs.
– sufficient liquor to cause intoxication LOAD-ON 1927 US sl.
– the after-effects of too much alcohol AFTERS 1997 Irish sl.
– the amount held by a drinking glass; hence, loosely, a drink, esp. of beer TANK 1936 sl.
– the amount of ale or spirits indulged in after market MARKET-NITCH 1891 Eng. dial.
– the cause of death when a lethal dose of alcohol has been ingested BARREL-FEVER 19C sl.
– the complete draining of a glass of liquor (indicated by turning it upside down) KELTIE’S MENDS 1664 Sc. obs.
– the final alcoholic drink of the night NIGHTCAP 1818 Brit. sl.
– the first alcoholic drink of the day HEART-STARTER 1960s Aust. sl.
– the first alcoholic drink of the day, especially before midday HEART-STARTER Bk1999 Aust. sl.
– the first alcoholic drink of the day, taken in the morning, instead of breakfast BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS Bk2006 US college sl.
– the first drink of the day WAKE-ME-UP 1940s sl.
– the first drink of the day WAKE-UP 1940s sl.
– the first drink of the day WAKE-UP BOOST 1940s sl.
– the first drink of the day WAKE-UP HIT 1940s sl.
– the first drink of the day WAKE-UP SHOT 1940s sl.
– the first feelings that follow drinking an alcoholic drink CALL 1960s sl.
– the foam that covers the surface of liquor MANTLE 1601 obs.
– the glass, ice, soda, etc. required for mixing a drink, as served to customers who supply their own spirits in unlicensed premises SET-UP 1930 US sl.
– the last drink of a session (Absolutely Bloody Final) A.B.F. 1910s sl.
– the liquor left at the bottom of a glass SNUFF L18 sl.
– the remainder of drink in a glass of which one or more have partaken, and which has frequently been breathed on BLAWN-DRINK Bk1911 Sc.
– the remains of liquor left in a glass after drinking HEEL-TAPS 1864 Eng. dial.
– the season for drinking; drinking time QUAFF-TIDE 1582 obs.
– the stirrup-glass, parting cup DASH-AN-DARRAS 1810 Eng. dial.
– the temporary paralysis of an arm, esp. a weakness in the wrist, after it has rested on a hard edge for a long time, as during sleep following a bout of drinking SATURDAY NIGHT ITIS;  SATURDAY NIGHT PALSY;  SATURDAY NIGHT PARALYSIS 1927 US sl.
– the third drink of a session SAME AGAIN 1930s sl.
– the very last bottle of a drinking session BAWDY-HOUSE BOTTLE L17 sl.
– the world of topers SUCKERDOM 1862 sl.
– very good intoxicating liquor BUB 1671 cant obs.
– very strong drink, usually alcoholic but sometimes coffee ACKER FORTIS M19 US sl.
– very strong drink, usually alcoholic but sometimes coffee ACKIE FORTIS M19 US sl.
– very strong drink, usually alcoholic but sometimes coffee AGGIE FORTIS M19 US sl.
– very strong drink, usually alcoholic but sometimes coffee AGUR FORTY M19 US sl.
– weak beer, broth, tea, etc. WACK-ROWDY-DOW 1895 Eng. dial.
– weak beverage LADY’S WAIST 1567 sl.
– weak punch or any other liquor WATER BEWITCHED L17 sl.
– wishy-washy, tasteless drink WABBLE 1899 Sc.
​​– weak, washy drink BALDERDASH 1854 Eng. dial.

– a martini SILVER BULLET 1988 US sl.
– a punch made of an equal proportion of wine and spirits SALLIVOCUS 1757 Sc. obs.
– a single measure of chilled After Shock™ cinnamon or peppermint liqueur imbibed through a straw in a single action GUN-SHOT 2001 UK sl.
– a very strong spiced punch LARKIN c1860 Anglo-Indian
– brandy, cider, sugar and water SAMPSON;  SAMSON M19 sl.
– brandy plus Coca-Cola or some other sweet fizzy drink KAFFIR TAXI 1980s S. Afr. sl.
– champagne mixed with brandy KING’S PEG L19 sl.
– claret and lemonade PARLOUR FULL OF RAZORS 1930s US sl.
– claret, sugar, and nutmeg/orange CATHERINE HAYES M19 Aust.
– claret, sugar, and soda-water, a cooling summer drink BADMINTON 1853
– cream, eggs, sugar, and whisky OLD MAN’S MILK 1814 Sc.
– eggs, ale, wine, and sugar, but in summer made of milk, wine, sugar and rose water RAMBOOZE;  RAMBUZE 1656 obs.
– gin and Italian vermouth GIN AND IT 20C sl.
– gin and treacle MAHOGANY 1835 Eng. dial.
– ginger ale flavoured with lemon peel, sometimes with whisky added HORSE’S NECK 1909 US
– ginger-soda and whisky, taken by hard drinkers after a night’s carousal DEADBEAT 1877 US sl.
– grapefruit juice or sour lemonade BATTERY ACID 1945 US sl.
– grog, punch, or gin-twist with a dash of beer FLANNEL E19 sl.
– half beer and half tomato juice HALF-AND-HALF 1966 Amer. sl.
– heavy cream on dark creme de cacao and topping it with a cherry ANGEL’S TIT 1984 Amer. sl.
– hot beer and gin EARLY PURL L19
– methylated spirits and cheap red wine RED BIDDY E20
– milk and beer, beer and wine, or brandy and mineral water, which, while duly consumed, was generally considered unpleasant BALDERDASH 1611 sl.
– milk and eggs and usually rum MOOSE MILK Can.
– one part Coca Cola, one part Dr. Pepper, and one part orange SUICIDE Bk1970 US sl.
– port, sugar, and nutmeg MADAME BISHOP M19 Aust. sl.
– rum, spruce beer, and molasses CALABOGUS; CALLIBOGUS 18C
– sambuca, tequila and Tabasco sauce FLATLINER colloq.
– surgical spirit and Italian vermouth mixed as a potent drink PANTHER SWEAT 1984 Brit. sl.
– tea or coffee mixed with spirits LACED-CUP 1876 Eng. dial.
– tomato juice and beer CALGARY REDEYE 1987 Can. sl.
– vodka, lime juice, and ginger beer, traditionally served in a copper mug MOSCOW MULE 1944
– warm spirits and water with sugar WARM WITH M19 sl.
– whisky, ice, and chaser served in a barroom SETUP 1940s African-American sl.

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