decanter


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de·cant·er

 (dĭ-kăn′tər)
n.
A vessel used for decanting, especially a decorative bottle used for serving wine.

decanter

(dɪˈkæntə)
n
(Brewing) a stoppered bottle, usually of glass, into which a drink, such as wine, is poured for serving

de•cant•er

(dɪˈkæn tər)

n.
a vessel, usu. an ornamental glass bottle, for holding and serving wine, brandy, or the like.
[1705–15]

Decanter

 of deans: a company of deans. See also decorum.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.decanter - a bottle with a stopperdecanter - a bottle with a stopper; for serving wine or water
bottle - a glass or plastic vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped
Translations

decanter

[dɪˈkæntəʳ] Nlicorera f

decanter

[dɪˈkæntər] ncarafe f

decanter

nKaraffe f

decanter

[dɪˈkæntəʳ] nbottiglia di cristallo (per liquori o vini)
References in classic literature ?
And his bloodshot eyes rolled with rich delight from the decanter and glasses on the octagonal table to another decanter in the quaintest and craftiest of revolving spirit tables.
Noirtier directed their attention to a waiter, on which was placed a decanter containing lemonade and a glass.
She turned to a handsome sideboard near the door, and presently faced him again with a decanter of whiskey and a glass in her hand, and a return of the bewitching smile she had worn on entering.
Anna Mikhaylovna, addressing a maid who was hurrying past with a decanter on a tray as "my dear" and "my sweet," asked about the princess' health and then led Pierre along a stone passage.
Detained at the final rehearsals of music and recitation, Miss Ladd was worthily represented by cold chicken and ham, a fruit tart, and a pint decanter of generous sherry.
The sequel certainly could not be overlooked; for the Duke, in dead silence, smashed a decanter on the man's bald head as suddenly as I had seen him smash the glass that day in the orchard.
Fentolin pointed to the little pile of books upon the table, the deep easy-chair, the green-shaded lamps, the decanter of wine.
My dear Edward,' said Mr Chester at length, with a most engaging laugh, 'do not extend your drowsy influence to the decanter.
The decanter of sherry was on the table half full, but there was a queer, acrid smell about.
he said, in tones of deep feeling, holding the decanter up to the light.
up'd' (this was the cook's exact information) with the bottle, knife, fork, and decanter (the decanter now coolly flying at everybody's head, without the least introduction), and thrown them all at Mr.
Sir Percival was sitting at the table with a decanter of wine before him.