flask[ flask, flahsk ]SEE DEFINITION OF flask
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"And bring with him a flask of holy water," added the knight of Bohemia.
The pressing of this ball actuates a detonator inside the flask I carry in my pocket.
Some of them could drink from the flask, which made our work shorter.
"We are glad to see thee, brother," said he, holding out the flask of Malmsey.
This flask does not contain fly-dope--that's in the other flask--it contains whisky.
I shall go down into the cellars and bring a flask of the best.'
I thought you'd fainted and, as you have my only flask of brandy, I had a bad fright.
In my pocket was a flask—a flask I had filled with drinking water in Constantinople.
I poured some brandy from the flask, for I had need of it, and gulped it down at a draught.
In two minutes he was back, bearing a flask, which he uncorked as he ran.