[ UK /kɐɹˈæf/ ]
[ US /kəˈɹæf/ ]
  1. a bottle with a stopper; for serving wine or water
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How To Use carafe In A Sentence

  • A final corollary to this: Young, tannic reds like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot will always taste more profound if you pour them first into a carafe, pitcher, or decanter.
  • Thompson stood silently as the two women brought out a carafe of coffee and glasses of ice cream parfait for dessert.
  • There is also the barware collection available that comes with beautiful crystal decanters, matching glasses, carafes and ice buckets. Glass Rare | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • If JUSTICE STEVENS was in charge of distributing the court's water carafes during deliberations, I can almost personally guarantee the "hungover" part. Justices, SERVED
  • Dressed in a modern lounge suit and armed only with a carafe of water, he breezes through this enormous recital without seeming to break sweat.
  • And on a summer day, the seaside pines give off a scent as intoxicating as a carafe of ouzo.
  • Temperatures were wrong all day, in fact: two finos (served, charmingly, in tiny individual carafes) were too warm to drink, the waiter apologising that there was ‘something wrong with the refrigeration’.
  • I sat at the bar for dinner, drank a glass of cold estrella beer, moved on to a carafe of kalimotxo sangria, relaxing with toasty tapas and watching an old classic film on screen. Eater
  • He quickly returned with a tray bearing a small carafe of absinthe, a large carafe of ice water and a box of sugar cubes.
  • Most up-to-date machines brew coffee directly into thermal pots, helping rid restaurants of burnt coffee, the products of sitting too long in a glass carafe on a hot plate.
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