decanter


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decanter

a stoppered bottle, usually of glass, into which a drink, such as wine, is poured for serving

decanter

[də′kant·ər]
(engineering)
Tank or vessel in which solids or immiscible dispersions in a carrier liquid settle or coalesce, with clear upper liquid withdrawn (decanted) as overflow from the top.
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asked the secretary, reaching for the decanter, as the three of us sat round the octagonal table.
I guessed what it was, and couldn't resist making sure; the minute I was satisfied, I changed the label and the position of the two decanters, little thinking I should stay to see the fun; but in another minute I could hardly keep my eyes open.
The doctor then slowly poured some drops of the lemonade from the decanter into the cup, and in an instant a light cloudy sediment began to form at the bottom of the cup; this sediment first took a blue shade, then from the color of sapphire it passed to that of opal, and from opal to emerald.
She looked into his bloodshot eyes, and cast a swift glance at the decanter.
Did you notice the empty decanter, when we first came in?
The decanters passed from hand to hand with unwonted briskness, and Mr.
Jaggers, putting the decanters on from his dumbwaiter, filled his glass and passed round the wine.
The bourbon whiskey brand Jim Beam released a smart decanter that speaks in a Kentucky accent for six months.
Q I have a commemorative porcelain decanter on the marriage of Charles and Diana dated 29th July 1981.
Pick an award-winning wine that's won a Decanter World Wine Award (DWWA), that's how.
The "eto" device uses a patented design to completely eliminate air in the decanter as it is sealed.
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