goblet definition

  • noun:
    • A drinking vessel, eg a glass, with a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without manages.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • A kind of cup or consuming vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or any other product, without a handle.
    • in the us, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; particularly the Eucharistic glass
    • A drinking vessel, such as for example a glass, that features a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • a type of cup or ingesting vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or other material, without a handle.
    • in the usa, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • A drinking vessel, such a glass, that a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking dish without manages.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • a drinking glass with a base and stem
    • a type of glass or ingesting vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic glass
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of glass or any other product, without a handle.
    • In the United States, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • a bowl-shaped ingesting vessel; especially the Eucharistic glass
    • A drinking vessel, particularly a glass, who has a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.
    • A drinking vessel, like a glass, that has a stem and base.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • Archaic A drinking dish without handles.
    • A kind of glass or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • A drinking vessel, such as for instance a glass, that includes a stem and base.
    • A drinking vessel, such as a glass, which includes a stem and base.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or any other material, without a handle.
    • A drinking vessel, including a glass, who has a stem and base.
    • a type of cup or ingesting vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without manages.
    • In the United States, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.
    • A drinking vessel, including a glass, which have a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or any other product, without a handle.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • a drinking glass with a base and stem
    • some sort of glass or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; particularly the Eucharistic cup
    • some sort of glass or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • In the United States, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • Archaic A drinking dish without manages.
    • a drinking glass with a base and stem
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of glass or other material, without a handle.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or other product, without a handle.
    • a bowl-shaped ingesting vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup
    • A kind of cup or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • in america, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • in the us, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or other product, without a handle.
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • in america, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • A drinking vessel, eg a glass, that has a stem and base.
    • a bowl-shaped ingesting vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic glass
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without manages.
    • A drinking vessel, such a glass, that features a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking dish without manages.
    • a bowl-shaped ingesting vessel; particularly the Eucharistic glass
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • some sort of cup or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or other material, without a handle.
    • in the usa, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • a drinking glass with a base and stem
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; particularly the Eucharistic cup
    • A drinking vessel, such a glass, which have a stem and base.
    • A drinking vessel, eg a glass, with a stem and base.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.
    • Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • some sort of glass or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of glass or any other product, without a handle.
    • in america, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • a drinking glass with a base and stem
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup
    • a type of cup or ingesting vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of glass or other product, without a handle.
    • A kind of cup or ingesting vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • A kind of cup or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
    • in america, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of cup or any other product, without a handle.
    • A crater-shaped drinking-vessel of glass or any other material, without a handle.
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • in the usa, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • in the us, a glass with a foot and stem, as distinguished from a tumbler.
    • a drinking cup with a base and stem
    • a bowl-shaped consuming vessel; particularly the Eucharistic cup
    • a drinking glass with a base and stem
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; particularly the Eucharistic cup
    • a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic glass

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