[ UK /dɪkˈɑːntɐ/ ]
  1. a bottle with a stopper; for serving wine or water
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How To Use decanter In A Sentence

  • Charles Winter presented him with a Gleneagles crystal decanter and 12 glasses.
  • If you are bidding on an unopened decanter , it WILL BE EMPTY when shipped internationally!
  • It meant participation in an expanding repertoire of domestic rituals made possible by creamware teacups and saucers, decanters, wine glasses, pickle plates, and forks of all sorts.
  • He filled three glasses with some sort of clear wine, set the decanter on the table and retreated to the corner.
  • This hand-selected whiskey was bottled at 94 proof in elegantly sculpted decanters.
  • He placed the glass on the tray with the wine decanter.
  • 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.
  • In addition to bowls, rummers, water jugs and wine coolers, there are a number of rare decanters including several by the Cork Glass Company.
  • Mrs Linton, on the third day, unbarred her door, and having finished the water in her pitcher and decanter, desired a renewed supply, and a basin of gruel, for she believed she was dying.
  • Under the rotunda was a low, broad marble counter, surmounted by a gleaming mirror and a noble array of bottles, flasks, decanters, goblets and glasses of every size. In the Sweet Dry and Dry
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