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drinkies

slang Alcoholic beverages. It's been such a long week—let's go out for some drinkies!

drinkies

n. drinks; liquor. Okay, kids, it’s drinkies all around.
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All it requires is a bit of flattery, drinkies, lunchies, and a regular stroke of their egos and over they roll.
Digging a dusty bottle of port out of the back of a cupboard and presenting it at the neighbours' Christmas drinkies is another male ruse.
Over Easter, some pals came round for a few drinkies. As the night wore on the men ended up in the kitchen.
No more drinkies on the Commons Terrace overlooking the Thames.
I took my pals from my band, and we sloped through the door, ready to snaffle some free drinkies. All very glamorous, you might think, but unfortunately, we let the side down a bit.
That's why I came to have a few posh drinkies and a chat with him at The swanky Ritz in London last week - he was launching his latest venture, a range of exquisite glasses for Royal Doulton.
Apparently Sean and Mel have been out for drinkies several times since and, strangely, enjoy each other's company.Mel even turned up at the studio a couple of weeks ago when her mum, Joan, also appeared on the show.
"He'd clearly had a few drinkies and said he was off to LA and never coming back."
'Wouldn't it be great if you got goody bags just for being alive?' sighed Kristina,as we swung our powder blue, pink- ribboned parcels in the direction of some post-soiree drinkies. It seemed like such a simple idea that I couldn't imagine why nobody had thought of it before.
Having said last week that an end of series party had been ruled out, the powers that be have decided to offer drinkies after all.
The extraordinary encounter came, of course, after Chris had enjoyed a couple of drinkies himself after picking up two awards at the National TV Awards at London's Albert Hall.