carafe

[ kuh-raf, -rahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF carafe

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Iredale produced a decanter and glasses and a carafe of water.

A carafe of Spanish wine and some glasses stood on a table close by.

There was an empty inkstand there also, and a carafe of water with a glass by it.

He flew and returned with a glass, the decanter of brandy and a carafe of water.

The speaker then paused, and took a sip of water from the carafe which stood at his elbow.

I return with a glass and a carafe and pour out for her as much as she wishes.

Teevan came back, bearing a carafe and a bottle of soda water.

On a table in the centre stood a carafe of wine and a basket of sweet biscuit.

The stuff is always tepid, for the water in the carafe has a temperature of 80 degrees.

What could there have been to fascinate, he mused, in that carafe of—water?

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