jeroboam

[ UK /d‍ʒˌɛɹəbˈə‍ʊəm/ ]
[ US /ˌdʒɛɹəˈboʊəm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a large wine bottle (holds 4/5 of a gallon)
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How To Use jeroboam In A Sentence

  • A jeroboam, at four bottles, might be more practical.
  • And Jeroboam the son of Nebat, an Ephrathite of Zereda, Solomon's servant, whose mother's name was Zeruah, a widow woman, even he lifted up his hand against the king.
  • Captain Mayhew of the Jeroboam refuses to come aboard because of an epidemic on his ship.
  • In Bordeaux, a double magnum is traditionally considered to be 3 liters, while a Jeroboam is 4.5 liters.
  • But Jeroboam caused an ambushment to come about behind them: so they were before Judah, and the ambushment was behind them. Probably Just One Of Those Funny Coincidences
  • When I saw it first last year, I promised to uncork a jeroboam of superlatives for its UK release.
  • ‘And sometimes special packaging is done,’ she added, ‘festive packaging, like the Duvel jeroboam.’
  • Thou hast made a graven image and Jeroboam-like wouldst have everyone else bow down before thy calf.
  • When I saw it first last year, I promised to uncork a jeroboam of superlatives for its UK release.
  • Dan and Beth-el in Ephraim were the two places where Jeroboam set up the idolatrous calves (1Ki 12: 29); just retribution. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
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