shot glass

NOUN
  1. a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey
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How To Use shot glass In A Sentence

  • We mixed it up in a meausureing cup (the hotdog had to be kind of mushed up first * barf, barf*) and poured it into a shot glass which we passed around and had to take a drink out of it. super-suzan Diary Entry
  • A lot of customers had been foreign tourists to York, with Americans and Australians in particular snapping up mugs, plates, thimbles and shot glasses.
  • •At each place at banquets, the Chinese set three glasses: a large one for beer, soda, or mineral water; a small wineglass; and a stemmed shot glass used for toasting usually with mao-tai, a very strong sorghum liquor. ASIAN BUSINESS CUSTOMS & MANNERS
  • Plastic shot glasses float, and are consequently completely unusable for any of the so-called "boilermaker" drinks. Recent Reviews Near San Francisco, CA
  • This one was served in a small shot glass: a layer of quince compote and a layer of lemon jelly, topped with quince syrup.
  • If only they sold redemption in shot glasses. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ski on the bar had six shot glasses glued to it.
  • Suppressing many other urges, the wounded captain actually took hold of the shot glass in front of her, gazing down at the glop inside.
  • Nothing says labeling yourself an alcoholic with name encased shot glasses, but my personal favorite one is the Red Sox one. Epinions Recent Content for Home
  • Require the use of jiggers or pre-measured dispensing systems, and buy high-quality shot glasses with pour lines marked on them.
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