vase

[ veys, veyz, vahz ]SEE DEFINITION OF vase

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VASE

The girl shortened the stems of the roses and put them in a vase on Katy's dresser.

It looked grave and bare, with not even a flower in a vase to brighten it.

Bishop noticed the thistle bouquet in a vase over the chronometer.

Mabel looked at me and then picked up a vase off the mantle over the fire-place.

Lydia did no dusting of tables or arranging of flowers in a vase.

Madame at once knocked down two wine-glasses and a vase of flowers.

"It is a vase made of an emerald stone," answered the stranger.

This is thrown into the air, either from a vase or from the hand.

He took a flower from a vase, and put it into the hand that was cold.

The vase had a very small neck, and spread out at the top like a bowl.

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