beaker[ bee-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF beaker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEAKER
We have a mast and sail there, I see, and water in the beaker.
The old man caught up a beaker from the buffet and handed it to the boy.
The beaker of wine for the prophet Elijah stood as naïvely expectant as ever.
He took the beaker that was handed him and drank a deep draught.
He emptied his beaker, threw it to the ground, and sprang to his horse.
A beaker or small cask was in the meantime got ready with a line secured to it.
"I don't think so," he replied, regarding the beaker and not his answer.
A sealing jar or even a tin cup will do instead of the beaker.
His hands as they grasped the beaker seemed white and delicate.
After he had looked into the beaker of Nektanebus, he yielded to my will, but often with indignation.