two-fisted drinker

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two-fisted drinker

n. a heavy drinker; someone who drinks with both hands. The world is filled with guys who aspire to be two-fisted drinkers.
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The drinker of elephant's blood is Death himself--but still I do not understand
The great majority of habitual drinkers are born not only without desire for alcohol, but with actual repugnance toward it.
The megaphone man raised his instrument of torture; the inside of the great automobile began to thump and throb like the heart of a coffee drinker.
The soft sex to a man--he begged pardon, to a female--rallied round the young waterman, and turned with disgust from the drinker of spirits (cheers).
zeta omega rho omicron tau epsilon rho omicron nu / delta epsilon / kappa epsilon rho alpha iota epsilon}, 'mix the drink livelier,' does not mean `mix it stronger' as for hard drinkers, but 'mix it quicker.
This little coterie of friends was composed of seven famous men, who possessed many talents in common, being poets and musicians, alchemists, philosophers, and mostly hard drinkers as well.
The wicked are great drinkers of water As the flood proved once for all.
In a few moments every spring had its jovial knot of hard drinkers, with tin cup in hand, indulging in a mock carouse; quaffing, pledging, toasting, bandying jokes, singing drinking songs, and uttering peals of laughter, until it seemed as if their imaginations had given potency to the beverage, and cheated them into a fit of intoxication.
The tree under which he and Raoul were seated covered them with its already thick foliage; it was a low, thick chestnut-tree, with inclined branches, that cast their shade over a table so dilapidated the drinkers had abandoned it.
The two last drinkers, instead of looking out at this window, kept up the fire.
A nation of ginger ale drinkers would be doomed before they reached the second generation.
There were fires and red curtains in the very eyes of the drinkers, in their buttons, in their liquor, in the pipes they smoked.
In contrast, the average tea drinker will be earning [pounds sterling]26k and believe they are the life and soul of the party outside of work.
Since coffee is often consumed in social situations by a variety of coffee drinkers with different preferences it would make sense for roasters to work as hard to satisfy the decaf drinker as well as the regular coffee drinker in order to ensure that everyone in a given coffee drinking group will have an equally pleasurable experience.
1999), being a binge drinker, even a weekly binge drinker, did not increase one's odds of presenting to an ER.