v. t.) To drink in small quantities; especially, to take in with the lips in small quantities,
n.) A small draught taken with the lips; a slight taste.
I took a little sip of my drink.
This tea is very hot, so sip it carefully.
He takes another sip of his soda.
The little girl took a big sip of her milkshake.
Peggy took another sip from her glass.
Can I have just a tiny sip of your water?
Yoga students are encouraged to sip cool water throughout the class.
Her sister took a sip of her drink before answering.
He paused and took a sip of tea.
The tea was very hot so she had to sip at it very slowly.
Janir took a sip of the medicine and gagged at the vile taste.
The busboy rushes to refill my water glass after every sip.
She let go of Mona’s hand and took a sip of her drink.
The vampire took a sip of the young virgin’s blood, liked it, and then drank greedily.
The singer had a quick sip of water to calm her nerves before going on stage.