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noun as in vessel

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Customers jostled around me, headed for a table of crystal decanters.

The brand also offers a line of distinguished decanters, rocks glasses for cocktails, and the most beautiful cake stands I have ever seen.

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You also can opt for a cooling bin large enough for two Champagne flutes and a whiskey decanter.

Here was the moment to dust off the decanter, to roll out the tablecloth, to polish the fine china.

This set includes four glasses, whiskey stones, and a decanter.

With a sleek look and perfect pour, the Axium is the decanter of choice for serving red wine during the cold winter months.

In the empty trattoria, he berated the waiter for bringing the wrong decanter and wine glasses.

With the decanter and glass situations peacefully resolved, the eating and drinking commenced and the Soldera paradoxes continued.

"We have probably lost at least 40 percent of the grapes," he told Decanter magazine.

The next day he was all right again; but he did not dare ask for the decanter; it was gone, and it never reappeared.

He knew already that there were two doors to the saloon, and his fingers closed on the neck of a decanter.

The nightcap is generally the little whisky left in the decanter; to do it honour, it is taken neat.

The decanter reflects in miniature on its polished sides the trees around it and the women that pass by and the skies.

Losch peered sharply and then pulled away, almost upsetting an expensive decanter of liquor on the table beside him.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to decanter, such as: carafe, flask, jug, bottle, canteen, and container.

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