wine bottle

NOUN
  1. a bottle for holding wine
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How To Use wine bottle In A Sentence

  • A couple of Italian wine bottles and maps of the Old Country had been scattered over the walls in a vain attempt to give the place, formerly a steak restaurant, a Mediterranean feel.
  • Wine bottles and dirty dishes were strewn across the lawn.
  • It is filled with an assortment of junk including hundreds of nuts and bolts and years' worth of empty wine bottles.
  • The two men decided to fill old wine bottles with the dressing, cork them and give them to neighbours as Christmas presents.
  • I broke the seal on the wine bottle, twisted the point of the corkscrew into the cork, and eased it out.
  • He stuck candles in wine bottles on each of his artfully mismatched tables.
  • Inside is a room with just four tables, a couple of huge stacks of tottering CDs that threaten to poleaxe the barman, and shelves lined with wine bottles, each one with the price scribbled on the glass in silver magic marker.
  • So the real question may be why the heck are we using corks to seal wine bottles anyway?
  • Wine bottles lay like felled skittles on the patio, and there was a small lagoon of spilled Pimms. RESCUING ROSE
  • To regain her composure, she opened the wine bottle in the kitchen and took a sip.
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