What is another word for SIPS?

42 synonyms found


[ sˈɪps], [ sˈɪps], [ s_ˈɪ_p_s]

Sips, the small quantity of liquid taken into the mouth in one go, can be referred to as a swig, gulp, nip, slurp, or sipperoo. A drink of sips can also be described as a tasting, sampling, or trying. Sips can be enjoyed from beverages such as tea, coffee, alcohol, water, or juice. The act of sipping can be linked to relaxation, pleasure, or enjoyment. Synonyms for sips can also be used in idioms such as "to take a nip at something" or "to take a swig at the bottle." Using varied vocabulary when describing sipping can add interest and depth to writing.

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    • Proper noun, plural

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Usage examples for Sips

He SIPS gin the live-long day-weak gin always-every hour from morn till a cruel Legislature compels the closing of the shutters.
"Hodge and His Masters"
Richard Jefferies
Molly, the maid-servant, I should have said, long before this, overcome by the SIPS she had taken at the invitation of the guests, was stowed away in a corner somewhere out of sight.
"Paddy Finn"
W. H. G. Kingston
The stranger drops in to see native life, manners, and customs, while he SIPS scalding tea like the rest, and listens to the music of the large organ which generally forms a part of the furniture, and which when wound up will discourse a score or more of popular waltzes, airs, and mazurkas.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou

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