schluck
 n.— «Rosemary Hewlett jumped in on this, too. This granddaughter of Clara is 86 years old and living in California. Her late husband was Bill Hewlett, who founded Hewlett-Packard. Between sips—or, as she called them, schlucks—of her Miller beer with dinner, she recalled the many major breweries Milwaukee once had.» —“In champagne of families, some are on beer budget” Journal Sentinel (Milwaukee, Wisc.) Aug. 20, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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