wet bar

NOUN
  1. a bar for mixing drinks that has a sink with running water
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How To Use wet bar In A Sentence

  • The early signs were not encouraging, especially when he missed a tackle on De Wet Barry.
  • The early signs were not encouraging, especially when he missed a tackle on De Wet Barry.
  • Proper grading and tiling can reduce wet barnyards.
  • Behind the helm there is a double seat facing aft and a small wet bar behind the port side lounge.
  • Even the marble wet bars are a cut above, flashing a selection of Schott Zwiesel barware, private-label wine and 200-milliliter bottles of premium spirits. Dawna L. Robertson: Swinging in the Rays
  • From setting up a wet bar in the parking lot of my grandmother's wake to attending a memorial service where sharpshooters were poised on the roof of the church, I have seen just about everything.
  • Undeterred, the couple walled it in and blended it with the kitchenette by placing the refrigerator and wet bar to either side.
  • The sunken wet bar was stocked with 20-year old Italian red wines and expensive cognacs, brandies and Scotch whiskeys.
  • I stormed across the wet barren sands towards the thin line of sea on the distant horizon.
  • Placing the wet bar within the study made sense, but forcing guests to trek around the staircase, past the front door, and down a short hallway to refresh their drinks seemed inconvenient.
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