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winebibber Line breaks: wine|bib¦ber
Pronunciation: /ˈwʌɪnbɪbə/

Definition of winebibber in English:


archaic or literary
A habitual drinker of alcohol.
Example sentences
  • In fact the imp has just made the excellent point that Jesus himself was very fond of a drink (his enemies called him a winebibber, remember).
  • ‘Be not among winebibbers; among riotous eaters of flesh: For the drunkard and the glutton shall come to poverty’ (Proverbs 23: 20-21 KJV)
  • If we remain faithful to the God of Thunder and Lightning, what can we fear from the God of winebibbers?



noun& adjective
Example sentences
  • You begin to understand why the late great A.J. Liebling, the old New Yorker's peerless connoisseur of all sport, from winebibbing to politics, despised baseball.
  • It's obvious that the alcoholics and boozers and other kinds of people who engage in winebibbing are the weaker brothers, if they're Christians at all, which I doubt.
  • It's the people God and Jesus love: the greedy, smelly, selfish, winebibbing, note-cribbing, pride-filled, smoke-filled, hate-filled men and women who live here on planet earth.

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