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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drinkably
Literary usage of Drinkably
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Popular Science Monthly (1874)
"By analysis made June, 1873, this wine contained 17.5 per cent alcohol, but it was un- drinkably sour. Analysis showed it to contain a little more than one ..."
2. Seasons with the Sea-horses; Or, Sporting Adventures in the Northern Seas by James Lamont (1861)
"Even sea-ice, as is well- known, makes drinkably fresh water, and most of the flat slabs have a hollow in the surface filled with water from the melted snow ..."
3. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1874)
"O, Marq ! do ring the tea-bell' For I knew the tea would be un- drinkably strong if we waited any longer; and every one would laugh at me for putting in so ..."