chablis

[ sha-blee, shuh-, shah-, shab-lee; French sha-blee ]SEE DEFINITION OF chablis
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"Chablis of the best, and ice, and mineral water," Wrayson ordered.

And that pale sherry, and that Chablis, and that exquisite cup of Mocha?

He was sorry they were not oysters, but the Chablis, he could vouch for.

It was a clear amber-coloured liquid—may be Chablis, I thought.

Silverstairs, after swallowing a glass of Chablis, meditatively lit a cigar.

Verplank, emptying a glass of Chablis, looked out of the window.

Under the influence of Chablis, the Californians become intimate.

Sauterne, Chablis, Riesling or any Rhenish type will serve splendidly.

Alban helped himself to some superb bisque soup and permitted the waiter to fill his glass from a flask of Chablis.

A diet of Chablis and oysters disagreed at first with a stomach used to whelks and gingerbeer.

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