ewer[ yoo-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF ewer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EWER
Without a word Oliver turned to a side-table, where stood a metal basin and ewer.
The bowl had scallops around the edge, and the ewer was tall and slim.
He found an ewer and basin, and his ablutions refreshed and invigorated him.
And she knelt down with ewer and basin and a napkin to wash the feet of the poor.
A basin of similar material and design accompanied the ewer.
When he had undressed, he dipped a towel into his ewer and rubbed himself all over.
Luckily there was no water in the ewer because we had forgotten it, only dust and spiders.
She was obliged to break the ewer to free the little dog's head.
And the ewer is said to be of gold, to express the dignity of the head.
He got up and poured some water from the ewer into a cracked cup and drank it.