To drink (used frequently of alcoholic beverages). (verb)
Examples of word imbibe
She was pleased that he seemed to be pleased with her; he asked her to "imbibe" some ice-cream with him.
"imbibe," settled once again to listen in gloomy silence.
Removed Indians could then imbibe civilization—education, Christianity, farming—in the fullness of time.
They encourage him to imbibe large quantities of wine, and they then have relations with him during his intoxication.
Those wanting to imbibe while tubing would have to bring their beverages in thermoses or other reusable containers.
With their one taste-organ orifice, they consume books with a sound that, if you're not born there, takes some getting used to -- and they consume so many books so fast, that * ian authors must imbibe inspiration in some way inhumanly possible as they work without rest, coffee or praise -- for on asteroid * there is an inverse of the Earth ratio of fiction writers to readers.
Then Johnny "Rooster" Byron Mr. Rylance emerges from the trailer, does a line of coke, smokes a joint, downs more alcohol than any mortal could ever consume; you get the picture of one unsavory dude who will and does imbibe anything.
People who socialize with heavy drinkers are more likely to imbibe a bit too much themselves.