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wineglass

Syllabification: wine·glass
Pronunciation: /ˈwīnɡlas
 
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Definition of wineglass in English:

noun

A glass with a stem and foot, used for drinking wine.
Example sentences
  • They also undertook glass painting decorating a wine glass or tumbler, which was provided according to their own taste.
  • ‘Marriages’ of two separate glasses, such as the bowl of a wine glass joined to another stem, can be passed off as an original glass.
  • The all-important water glass is just above the knife, with the wine glass - or glasses, if red and white will both be served - to the right of it.

Derivatives

wineglassful

1
Pronunciation: /ˈwīnɡlasˌfo͝ol/
noun (plural wineglassfuls)
Example sentences
  • Strain and drink a small wineglassful whenever needed.
  • A wineglassful taken each morning before breakfast is the full dose, but at first it may be desirable to give only half this quantity.
  • While whipping add three wineglassfuls of Marsala and one liqueur glass of Maraschino brandy.

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