What is another word for tipple?

250 synonyms found


[ tˈɪpə͡l], [ tˈɪpə‍l], [ t_ˈɪ_p_əl]

Tipple is a slang term used to refer to alcoholic drinks. Many people use it for alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, and spirits. There are many synonyms for the word tipple that people can use to add a little variety to their vocabulary. Some of the synonyms are booze, drink, liquor, libation, potation, and refreshment. Boose refers to any alcoholic drink, while drink is a milder term that can be used for any beverage. Liquor, on the other hand, is a more formal word that refers to distilled spirits. Potation refers to any drink, while libation is a more ceremonial term that refers to a drink offered to a deity. Refreshment is the milder term used to refer to any drink that refreshes.

Related words: drink, liquor, martini, cocktail, wine, spirits, beer, pour

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    What are the hypernyms for Tipple?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the opposite words for tipple?

    Tipple is a verb that means to drink alcohol. Some antonyms of tipple are abstain, refrain, and teetotal. Abstain is to avoid or restrain from something, often used in reference to drinking alcohol. Refrain is to stop oneself from doing something, especially something enjoyable, and teetotal means to completely abstain from drinking alcohol. Other antonyms of tipple may include sober, temperate, and moderate, which refer to not drinking too much alcohol or not experiencing any effects of intoxication while drinking. These words are often used in health and wellness contexts as an alternative to consuming large amounts of alcohol.

    Usage examples for Tipple

    When a waiter had managed to place a little table near her, on the balcony itself, she found things very pleasant, and indeed considered it quite brave to tipple and sup afresh, while waiting for that man to be guillotined close by.
    "Paris From the "Three Cities""
    Emile Zola
    The master, with all his family, after having devoutly assisted at mass, went to cultivate his land, on which depended the subsistence of his family, while the rector and the other parishioners went to tipple as usual.
    "A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 5 (of 10) From "The Works of Voltaire - A Contemporary Version""
    François-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire) Commentator: John Morley Tobias Smollett H.G. Leigh
    I'm Tom-Tell-Truth; if I don't like your French tipple, I shall say so.
    "Blind Love"
    Wilkie Collins

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