shot glass


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shot glass

n.
A small drinking glass that holds a shot of liquor.
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Noun1.shot glass - a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskeyshot glass - a small glass adequate to hold a single swallow of whiskey
drinking glass, glass - a container for holding liquids while drinking
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2) Pour coke into the first shot glass until 2/3 filled.
They said to buy a shot glass and put the water and protein shakes and these little milk shakes in the shot glass and drink it one ounce at a time," she told the publication.
It's hard to believe that Eli Mazet grew up thinking he wasn't artistic, especially when he lights up a blowtorch, takes a glass rod, twirls it around in the flame and within minutes has an exquisitely shaped shot glass to show for it, which he then decorates with additional bits of molten colored glass that might form a tiny octopus, tree, frog, flower or dragon.
Each comes in a uniquely shaped 750-ml bottle with a prepackaged shot glass.
It is made of either sambucca or absinthe served in a shot glass and then ignited.
In photos from last September, she brandishes an empty shot glass with a dazed smile.
Brown said he attacked Roger, who was frail and in poor health, after he mocked his "moobs", insulted his mother then went for him with a shot glass.
If the measuring glass goes missing, a shot glass can cover.
Guaranteed to clear the skin and boost the immune system, its liquid lift in a shot glass packs a real quick and healthy punch.
He was holding a shot glass and struck him on the head," said Mark Donkin, prosecuting.
The Portable Espresso Maker--Blue includes an espresso maker, two espresso pods and a shot glass.
The recreational divers tended either to swallow no water or to swallow about the volume of a shot glass.