[ UK /flˈɑːsk/ ]
[ US /ˈfɫæsk/ ]
  1. the quantity a flask will hold
  2. bottle that has a narrow neck
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How To Use flask In A Sentence

  • The silver flask touched her lips as reverently as the Christian chalice of gold.
  • Dalmius nursed the invigorating fire-drink from a horn-flask, ensconced in leather, e'en as his thin hands trembled.
  • Unleashed, she is a maenad: not crabby but sardonic and perpetually restless, she scrambles over the stage, squaring up to several men at a time; she drinks from a hip flask; she wees; she smokes – and she fumes. The Taming of the Shrew; The Trial of Ubu; Our New Girl – review
  • Toasting their successful ascent to the summit, she lifts her flask in the air, and father waves his walking stick.
  • Susan Warren and her son Mark, 15, from Cheadle Hulme, joined the queue at 5.50 am, kitted out with deckchairs, waterproofs and a flask.
  • A fire was burning in the grate to warm the salon, and ratafia biscuits and a flask of sherry were arrayed on a side table. The Dressmaker
  • He then decanted the pulpy slurry into an Erlenmeyer flask set atop an electric hot plate. Hipster Moonshine
  • Accompanied by a flask of tea and his familiar pipe, Britain's most famous campaigner for socialism filled the Grand's stage without ever leaving his comfy seat.
  • The flask holds one gallon
  • The cells could also be grown as suspension culture in conical flasks on a rotary shaker giving higher yield of cells.
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