sip

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sip at

or sip on
v.
To drink from some beverage in small amounts at a time: The skier sipped at the hot coffee at the lodge. She was sipping on a cocktail at the bar.
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sip

1. n. a puff of a marijuana cigarette. (Drugs.) He took a big sip and held it so long he almost turned blue.
2. tv. & in. to take a puff of a marijuana cigarette. The alley was populated by a bunch of teeny-boppers sipping away the afternoon.
References in classic literature ?
She sipped the last of her coffee, and arose, saying, -
Out on the broad verandas of the hotel, men and women, in cool white, sipped iced drinks and kept their circulation down.
Miss Redwood sipped her elixir of life, and occasionally looked at me with an appearance of interest which I was at a loss to understand.
Miserrimus Dexter lingered and languished over his truffles, and sipped his wonderful Burgundy, and sang his own praises as a cook until I was really almost mad with impatience to return to the real object of my visit.
He sipped his tea and smiled at me while I ran over the pages.
Diana poured herself out a tumblerful, looked at its bright-red hue admiringly, and then sipped it daintily.
He lifted the long glass to his lips and sipped it slowly to soothe away his irritation.
In this attitude were they all three silent together, and sniffed and sipped the good air with one another.