Vase

A vase (z, s, or z) is an open container, often used to hold cut flowers. It can be made from a number of materials such as ceramics or glass. The vase is often decorated and thus used to extend the beauty of its contents. Vases are defined as having a certain anatomy. Lowest is the foot, a distinguishable base to the piece. The design of the base...
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vase

(from the article `floral decoration`) ...the vase opening. The Japanese kenzan, or metal pin holder, usually called a needlepoint holder, is the most generally used mechanical aid. It is ... ...the advent of shka all styles of arrangements other than rikka had been known as nageire, meaning to throw, or fling into. This term was confin...
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vase

[n] - an open jar of glass or porcelain used as an ornament or to hold flowers
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Vase

• (n.) A vessel similar to that described in the first definition above, or the representation of one in a solid block of stone, or the like, used for an ornament, as on a terrace or in a garden. See Illust. of Niche. • (n.) The body, or naked ground, of the Corinthian and Composite capital; -- called also tambour, and drum. • (n.) T...
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vase

noun an open jar of glass or porcelain used as an ornament or to hold flowers
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Vase

(educational form) See below gobelet,
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Vase

Vase (vās or väz; 277) noun [ French vase ; confer Spanish & Italian vaso ; from Latin vas , vasum . Confer Vascular , Vessel .] 1. A vessel adapted for various domestic purposes, and anciently for sacrificial uses; especially, a vesse...
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vase

1. A vessel adapted for various domestic purposes, and anciently for sacrificial used; especially, a vessel of antique or elegant pattern used for ornament; as, a porcelain vase; a gold vase; a Grecian vase. 'No chargers then were wrought in burnished gold, Nor silver vases took the forming mold.' (Pope) ... 2. A vessel similar to that described in...
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Vase

A carved shaped in the form of a vase; usually used as a chair splat.
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vase

a decorative container of urn
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Vase

A vase is a vessel of various forms and materials for domestic purposes, and anciently for sacrificial uses. Typically modern vases are made of pottery, glass or metal and are used for displaying cut flowers.
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Vase

In architecture a vase is a representation of a typical vase in a solid block of stone, or the like, used for an ornament, as on a terrace or in a garden. The term is also applied to the body, or naked ground, of the Corinthian and Composite capitals.
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vase

vase 1. A vessel, as of glass, porcelain, earthenware, or metal; usually higher than it is wide, used chiefly to hold cut flowers or for decoration. 2. A vessel adapted for various domestic purposes, and anciently for sacrificial used; especially, as a vessel of antique or elegant pattern used for ornament; as, a porcelain vase; a gold vase; a Gre...
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vase

vase, vessel of pottery, glass, metal, stone, wood, or synthetic material. The pottery vase was anciently employed as a container for water (a hydria), wine (an amphora), or oil (a lekythus), or for mixing and serving wine and water (a crater). It had one or two handles, sometimes a lip or spout, an...
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