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imbibe
tr. v. 1. To drink
2. To absorb; to take in.
COQUO, COQUERE, COXI, COCTUM
"to cook"
elude
tr. v. 1. To avoid or escape from by cunning; to evade.
2. To escape detection; to baffle.
concoct
tr. v. 1. To mix ingredients, as in cooking.
2. To invent or devise
voracious
adj. 1. Extremely hungry; greedy.
2. Eager for some activity or interest.
herbivorous
adj. Plant - eating
collusion
n. A secret agreement for a deceitful purpose; conspiracy.
saline
adj. Having to do with salt.
POTO, POTARE, POTAVI, POTUM
"to drink"
VORO, VORARE, VORAVI, VORATUM
"to devour"
precocious
adj. Showing unusually early development, especially mentally
potable
adj. Fit to drink
MEL, MELLIS
"honey"
SAL
"salt"
delusion
n. 1. A false belief or opinion, especially one held in spite of contradictory evidence.
2. A deception.
LUDO, LUDERE, LUSI, LUSUM
"to play"
potion
n. A liquid for drinking, especially a medicinal, magic, or poisonous drink.
cuisine
n. A characteristic style of cooking
allude
intr. v. To make an indirect reference to.
BIBO, BIBERE, BIBI, BIBITUM
"to drink"
carnivorous
adj. Meat - eating
mellifluous
adj. Sweet as honey (referring to voice or words).