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or vessel in which solids or immiscible dispersions in a carrier liquid settle or coalesce, with clear upper liquid withdrawn (decanted) as overflow from the top.
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But if you take a little anything out of that decanter, you'll collapse like our friend upon the floor.
asked the secretary, reaching for the decanter, as the three of us sat round the octagonal table.
Look," said he to the procureur, whose heart beat so loudly that it might almost be heard, "here is in this cup some syrup of violets, and this decanter contains the remainder of the lemonade of which M.
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?
Sir Percival filled another glass from the decanter so awkwardly that he upset it and spilt all the wine over the table.
The 'baby' of the 'crocodile' range of decanters, this dairy version features proven technology for reliability and cost effective operation.
TWO decanters of whisky are to be auctioned to raise money for the Make Poverty History campaign.
TWO decanters of rare whisky are to be auctioned to raise money for Make Poverty History.
WineDown's RoJaus line of decanters feature a custom blown-glass body styled to resemble a cluster of grapes.
Open Competition: Supply decanters and supply pumps for decanters for the construction of power ?