wineglass

[ wahyn-glas, -glahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF wineglass
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She stood upon the threshold and drank from the wineglass which he had filled.

Then he raised his wineglass to his lips; and set it down again untouched.

He spoke in a reserved manner, his fingers playing with the stem of his wineglass.

I handed him a wineglass of brandy, and screened him from the burning sun.

She took the wineglass, and passed him, going into the sitting-room.

At his elbow was a bottle half emptied and a wineglass just filled.

It is not necessary, and really bad form to completely empty a wineglass.

Carmen ran to the dining-room, and returned with a wineglass of brandy.

Stuyvesant nodded, for it was not a wineglass but a small tumbler.

He exclaimed, looking at the wineglass, 'There is no virtue in this stuff!

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