WORD OF THE DAY
Quaff
kwaf
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Unknown, 16th century
1

To drink a beverage, especially an alcoholic one

2

To drink heartily with large sips

Examples of Quaff in a sentence

“A New Year’s Eve tradition is to quaff champagne at the stroke of midnight.”

“It’s easy to quaff a cold beer after a long day in the sun.”