Thesaurus / demijohn
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Perez found a demijohn, poured out a mug, and watched his brother with anxious eyes as he gulped it down.
He promptly broke the demijohn, and was knocked down thereupon by one of the drunken sailors.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
“They seem to keep very good wine,” he remarked, after smelling at the demijohn.
Soon he had an arch-shaped niche in the wall almost as high as his head when mounted on Demijohn.
THE MISSOURIANEUGENE P. (EUGENE PERCY) LYLE
In a corner, where the Professor had left it, stood the demijohn of whisky.
BUNCH GRASSHORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
In the latter case the centre is a vase or demijohn, in the former the centre is a Maid or Virgin.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Then, without hint of my intention, I hastened into the house and brought forth the demijohn and cocoanut-shells.
"I'd be happy to pay for a pint," said Mrs. Demijohn, fingering a fourpenny bit so that he might see it.
MARION FAYANTHONY TROLLOPE
When clear, pour it carefully from the sediment into a demijohn.
HOUSEKEEPING IN OLD VIRGINIAMARION CABELL TYREE
Not but that she was always handsomely dressed, as Mrs. Demijohn was very well aware.
MARION FAYANTHONY TROLLOPE

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