hip flask


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hip flask

n
(Cookery) a small metal flask for spirits, etc, often carried in a hip pocket
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hip flask

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Meanwhile, Miriam (Sarah Lancashire), never far from her hip flask, faces a decision over her career.
The unlikely couple share a laugh smuggling a hip flask into daughter Amy's Christmas carol concert - and end up getting drunk together.
Steve is amused to see that Tracy has brought a hip flask to the carol concert.
Tracy whips out a hip flask and, before Steve can remember their bad history, he's fallen into bed with his ex.
It all started with a hip flask basically of tequila.
So it's Wales against Scotland today - bring it on, but bring a hip flask just in case.
Lastly the thieves took a pearl bracelet with silver and a padded envelope containing a pewter hip flask, which had been engraved "To David".
Rodda analysed how drunk driving offenders manage to use the hip flask defence to escape DUI charges.
A lady following was told not to drink a bottle of water, yet when I asked why elderly annual members who quite openly take a swig from a hip flask are never questioned - no c omment.
Kent Police products, which carry the force logo, include chrome plated cuff links for pounds 15 and a pewter hip flask for pounds 40.
Whisky giant Glenfiddich was to celebrate Robert Burns' birthday later this month with a special promotion giving drinkers an engraved hip flask.
An engraved hip flask found beside human remains in a lake leads Janine to a once successful architect now confined to an institution.