Definition of Bibation

1. tippling [n -S]



Bibation Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bibation

biauriculate
biauriculate heart
biaxal
biaxate
biaxial
biaxial crystals
biaxial joint
biaxiality
biaxially
bib
bib-and-tucker
bibacious
bibacities
bibacity
bibasic
bibation (current term)
bibations
bibb
bibbed
bibber
bibberies
bibbers
bibbery
bibbing
bibble
bibble-babble
bibble-babbles
bibblebabble
bibblebabbled
bibblebabbles

Literary usage of Bibation

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"Sometimes, of a morning, after too copious im- bibation of punch, the tongue appears slightly furred, and there are symptoms of the old hereditary thirst ..."

2. An Excursion to California Over the Prairie, Rocky Mountains, and Great by William Kelly (1851)
"... bibation,for instead of composing themselves comfortably to enjoy the social glass from off the naked mahogany, they crowd into the bars before the ..."

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