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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So, don your new Crimbo jumper, fill up the hip flask and get yourself to a game.
MEMBERS of the Royal British Legion have thanked one of their biggest allies in Coventry - by presenting him with a special engraved hip flask.
Dominguez' performance illuminated a dull, brass-monkeys type of afternoon when shooting from the hip flask was the most pleasant exercise for the disappointed home support.
George Best: Simply remove head and it doubles as a hip flask.
Stuart's services to rugby were recognised last weekend when he was presented with a hip flask by the RFU's senior vice president Bob Rogers.
Ooze gomma win" they kept asking between sips (no gulps) from the hip flask, which wasn't filled with cocoa, and at every correct answer of "Me-hi-co" Jorge let rip with his wooden rattle - the sort fans used at Leeds Road about 40 years ago.
Rugby union: the sport of gentlemen, where the hip flask is willingly passed to rival supporters, along with cries of 'Oh, jolly good tackle, old boy'?
Lastly the thieves took a pearl bracelet with silver and a padded envelope containing a pewter hip flask, which had been engraved "To David".
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BOOZY Benedict Cumberbatch raised eyebrows at the Oscars, when he was spotted drinking from a hip flask during the Hollywood ceremony.
99 +PS2p&p *Free Presentation Box (limited availability) Transporter Bridge Hip Flask Made from Finest Hand Made English Pewter Engraved with an image of the Transporter Bridge and, on the reverse, an inscription of the opening by H.