wine

[ UK /wˈa‍ɪn/ ]
[ US /ˈwaɪn/ ]
VERB
  1. drink wine
  2. treat to wine
    Our relatives in Italy wined and dined us for a week
NOUN
  1. fermented juice (of grapes especially)
  2. a red as dark as red wine
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How To Use wine In A Sentence

  • Wine lovers in the U.S. are increasingly describing their favorite vintage as molto buono, instead of très bon.
  • There are two main approaches: one is a synthetic plug the same shape as a cork that can be placed in the top of the bottle in the same way as a cork and removed with a corkscrew, so preserving the ritual of opening a bottle of wine.
  • An empty plastic 2 litre bottle is tied to a rock, or bag of stones with strong twine or string.
  • For winemakers in the Rhone, 2002 was a disastrous year, with violent storms and huge rainfall during the harvest.
  •   The thundering lauwine — might be worshipped more; Childe Harold's Pilgrimage
  • Some random bluster and name-drop: "In 2005, we sponsored Rock the Vote, [garbled, something about wine], we got a chance to connect with President Obama then. "I want to see that invitation": D.C. 'Housewives' recap and fact-check (#8, Oct. 1)
  • Even the normal Perigordine fare of duck la gras and truffles washed down with red wine and pastis has yielded in favour of Scottish food and drink in celebration of the Auld Alliance.
  • Take it with a glass of mulled wine and it'll keep you going until the spring. Times, Sunday Times
  • A kir is a mix of white wine and french blackberry liqueur. A love affair of shame to rival the poignancy of Brokeback Mountain, or The French Eat McDonald's
  • The students come to handicuffs over it; they spill the wine, and it turns into flame. The Faust-Legend and Goethe's 'Faust'
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