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suds swiller

slang A beer enthusiast. Sometimes hyphenated. I've never really been a suds swiller, so I usually have to bring my own drinks to parties. Oktoberfest in Munich is a mecca each year for suds-swillers around the globe.
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suds-swiller

n. a beer-drinker. Ted is a suds-swiller and Bill won’t touch the stuff. What strange roommates.
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Swiller's "black bag" contains just about everything he needs to conduct a basic physical exam, draw blood, or get an ECG.
Instead of despising Djere and taking him for a wretched swiller of rum he should have tried to understand him, to talk things over with him.
Nonduplume The stewards should take a more continental approach and baton the swillers.
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Now perhaps Mr Hedley can tell me, just how does holding a ballot in a beer swillers' hall or a nice sparkly coffee shop pay tribute to our fallen relatives?
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In 1868 Newcastle got its first horsedrawn steam engine and the ale swillers found their supply cut off.
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The grunters may snout around unappetising troughs, but they are not renowned as scum swillers.
(48-51) Delivered to a pit of cheery youthful swillers, located in a notorious red-light district, and in the midst of a comedy, the chances of success for such sentiments look unpropitious.
It might be pounds 85 a ticket but, before rushing to judge Johnson, the beer swillers in the corporate seats should look at the quality of the man and the shallowness of the people around him.
Moonshine swillers and feuding hicks--these are the images that most people hold.
The industry which Cook spawned is now a giant global force and, 135 years after he introduced British holidaymakers to Italian pleasures, we have become a nation of pestoguzzling chianti swillers.