Drank in the beauty of the day.
An example of a drink is chocolate milk.
Drank the fresh air; spongy earth that drank up the rain.
Drank our sorrows away.
An example of to drink is to take a sip of ice cold lemonade.
Drank noisily; drink from a goblet.
They only drink socially.
Drank a cup of tea.
We will drink to your continued success.
Took a long drink from the fountain.
The hatch cover slid off the boat and into the drink.
To drink someone's health.
To drink oneself into a stupor.
To stop somewhere for a drink after work.
- to take in a large amount (of) by or as by drinking
- to take in with the senses or the mind, esp. in an eager manner
- to drink in honor of; drink a toast to
- any body of water, esp. the ocean
Origin of drink
- Middle English drinken from Old English drincan dhreg- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition