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Usage examples for Drank

  1. He drank, and resumed: " I have written down during the last day or two the heads of what I wanted to say on a paper." – The Turnstile by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
  2. St. Patrick made the sign of the cross over the cup and drank it, and nothing happened. – Stories of the Saints by Candle-Light by Vera C. Barclay
  3. Jim never drank when he had a job. – The Portion of Labor by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  4. My interest was now fully roused in the beautiful stranger, who sat evidently with her father and sister, and drank in every word of the play as it proceeded with the intensest interest. – The Beckoning Hand and Other Stories The Beckoning Hand--Lucretia--The Third Time--The Gold Wulfric--My Uncle's Will--The Two Carnegies--Olga Davidoff's Husband--John Cann's Treasure--Isaline and I--Professor Milliter's Dilemma--In Strict Confidence--The by Grant Allen
  5. But I never drank anything in all my life. – The Seiners by James B. (James Brendan) Connolly
  6. He drank tea and smoked, and it was not until he rose to go that the real object of his visit appeared. – Hyacinth 1906 by George A. Birmingham
  7. Cox and Fooks said that they had never been so jolly in their lives;- but Ralph,- though he eat and drank as much and talked more than the others,- was far from happy. – Ralph the Heir by Anthony Trollope
  8. Well, he observed it, and touched fish only, although he drank enough of the sweet wine. – Fair Margaret by H. Rider Haggard
  9. He drank a little. – His Unknown Wife by Louis Tracy
  10. When he had done it, he resumed his seat and drank to my sister. – Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  11. And you drank it! – Not Like Other Girls by Rosa N. Carey
  12. She agreed with, wondered at, and drank in every word. – The Happiest Time of Their Lives by Alice Duer Miller
  13. They always drank " To Jane." – The Gay Cockade by Temple Bailey
  14. You drank it in China didn't you? – The Mandarin's Fan by Fergus Hume
  15. She drank the water eagerly before saying a word. – A Little Maid of Old Maine by Alice Turner Curtis
  16. Already Jim drank more than his share. – Prisoners of Poverty Abroad by Helen Campbell
  17. I guess I drank too much ice water, which is a bad thing to do in hot weather. – Uncle Wiggily's Travels by Howard R. Garis
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