The cup furnishes a thin film like swan-skin which imbibes the sapid exudations from the stem, the source of nourishment.
"Social Life in the Insect World" by J. H. Fabre
Undoubtedly, the germ imbibes materials from this matter for its nurture and growth.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
The Principles he had imbibed by Education, revived in his Conscience.
"The Amours of Zeokinizul, King of the Kofirans" by Claude Prosper Jolyot de Crébillon
That I had imbibed this disease was not to be questioned.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
Assuredly for the body to imbibe muddy waters is a different thing from sucking in the transparency of a sweet fountain.
"The Letters of Cassiodorus" by Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)
He had been imbibing.
"From the Housetops" by George Barr McCutcheon
Both the guests went through the ceremony of imbibing, which was only a ceremony to them.
"A Victorious Union" by Oliver Optic
He lived soon after the time of Wickliffe, and imbibed some of his ideas.
"Holidays at the Grange or A Week's Delight" by Emily Mayer Higgins
Thiers seems to have contemplated Napoleon's character till he has imbibed some of its nature.
"Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle" by Clement K. Shorter
Men caught his deep love to a personal Christ without imbibing his doctrinal opinions.
"History of Rationalism Embracing a Survey of the Present State of Protestant Theology" by John F. Hurst
In such a small and socially affiliated school, what one knew, all the others soon imbibed.
"Confessions of Boyhood" by John Albee
You, Sir, cannot instruct me; for the principles I imbibed from them will support me in my last moments.
"The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3" by Jane West
Nature's plain beverage, water, is all that man should imbibe.
"Born Again" by Alfred Lawson
And youth, thrice happy, imbibes wisdom at the feet of age!
"The Long Night" by Stanley Weyman
The large quantities of "Marella" which she had imbibed had poisoned the system.
"The Way of Ambition" by Robert Hichens
Imbibe not only its intellectual but its emotional content.
"The Head Voice and Other Problems" by D. A. Clippinger
It was here he imbibed from the old Italian masters the tender and devotional spirit which animated their sacred works.
"Van Dyck" by Estelle M. Hurll
Indeed, one is surprised to see how much liquor they imbibe.
"Lights and Shadows of New York Life" by James D. McCabe
He lay imbibing the sweet sounds and freshness through ear and nostril; but for a time his eyes remained fast closed.
"In Honour's Cause" by George Manville Fenn
It was as if the bulkheads and deck had imbibed the sun's heat all day and were now slowly giving it out.
"Yussuf the Guide" by George Manville Fenn
Yet in that drowsy stream his flesh imbibes
And old unquenched, unsmotherable heat-
The curbed ferocity of beaten tribes,
The sullen dignity of their defeat.
"The Zulu Girl" by Roy Campbell
Imbibe with your lips and the blaze of your eyes
The transparent days' tear-stained vagueness,
Like the drift of an empty bottle of scent,
Its nostalgic lingering fragrance.
"The spring-it had simply been you" by Boris Pasternak
``Here, 'mid the ruins that you now behold,
You will imbibe the meaning of the Past,
Learning to weigh the new by what is old,
The things that perish, and the things that last.
"Sacred And Profane Love" by Alfred Austin
Some act upon this prudent plan,
“Say little, and hear all you can.”
Safe policy, but hateful—
So barren sands imbibe the shower,
But render neither fruit nor flower,
Unpleasant and ungrateful.
"Friendship" by William Cowper
And while the clouds imbibed a golden hue,
And purple streaks grained yon ethereal blue,
By the glad voice of every early bird
(As some full lake by breezes in their glee
Is rippled into smiles) how sweetly stirred
My spirit then should be!
"A Poet's Home" by Charles Harpur
But, ah! what means thy muddy, muggy hue?
I thought thee limpid as yon ether blue;
I thought an angel's wing might dip below
Thy sparkling surface and be white as snow;
And of thy current I had dared to drink
If not as one imbibing draughts of ink.
"The Sangamon River" by Hattie Howard
For most, Passover, which begins at sundown today, is commemorated by imbibing wine—and lots of it.
Though some animals, such as bats and birds and of course, humans, are known to imbibe on occasion, the tree shrew s could be nature's biggest lushes.
After-hours imbibing earns Orio's 3-day closure.
Let's spell out your guide to imbibing properly in the metro.
Imbiber's Agenda: Fall Cocktail Menu at BLT Steak (Pictures).
A handful of not-terribly-easy questions for the thoughtful imbiber, from NPR's Ask Me Another By Art Chung.
The economy may have given New Yorkers more reason to drink, but many are imbibing less often at bars and lounges, according to a new Zagat nightlife survey.
Our own imbiber, Dan Dunn, pontificates on the St Germain craze sweeping the NYC bar scene.
The indescribable, imbibable hop .
When James Bond and Séverine imbibe the suave secret agent's drink of choice, rather than an alluring vodka martini reaching their lips, a cold one, of the pale ale Heineken brand, does the trick.
Drink Up Columbus, a website devoted to imbibing in the state capital, reports that Oval Brewing Co. Has secured enough donations through Kickstarter to launch its brewery.
As many as 1 in 13 pregnant women drink alcohol, despite repeated warnings from health care professionals that imbibing can cause problems for their unborn child.
MUST IMBIBE Cheap Beer and Prose Thursday (1/20).
That means they are imbibing between five to eight drinks at a time on a weekly basis.
Imbibe 's Shady Creek Cooler.