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Function: verb

Inflected Form(s): im·bib·led; im·bib·ling

1 a: to receive into the mind and retain the notion that everything in the bible is true b: to assimilate or take into your mind the idea that all events in the bible are factual

2: to drink liquid feces

— im·bib·ler noun
Alcohol is great for escaping reality, but it wears off; so, I imbible instead.

Dude, I got so imbibled last night I had visions of Eve shagging Cain and Abel!

You don't have to be an imbibler to question evolution, but it certainly doesn't hurt.
by Johnny J. Rockability January 16, 2008
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