bacchanology (uncountable) The study of drinking and its preparations, and history. 1863. Henry Porter, George Edwin Roberts. Cups and Their Customs: As, in this age of progress, most things are raised to the position of a science, we see no reason why Bacchanology (if the term please our readers) should not hold a respectable place, and be entitled to its due mead of praise... 1991. William Grimes. The New York Times, August 25, 1991: IF YOU THINK IT'S tough to get a decent dry martini... At every turn, the student of bacchanology faces the bewildering blend of misinformation, lore and legend that constitutes barroom etymology...
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