Swigging



noun
1.
an amount of liquid, especially liquor, taken in one swallow; draught:
He took a swig from the flask.
verb (used with or without object), swigged, swigging.
2.
to drink heartily or greedily.
noun
1.
a large swallow or deep drink, esp from a bottle
verb swigs, swigging, swigged
2.
to drink (some liquid) deeply, esp from a bottle
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