cruet

Small, stoppered bottle shaped like a decanter, originally used for holding water and wine at the altar, but subsequently used for condiments such as oil and vinegar at the table. Early examples dating from the 16thC were made of earthenware or pewter. In the 18thC glass examples became more widespread, and bottles were kept together in a frame whi …...

cruet

[n] - bottle that holds wine or oil or vinegar for the table
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Cruet

Cru'et (kru'ĕt) noun [ Anglo-French cruet , a dim. from Old French crue , cruie ; of German or Celtic origin, and akin to English crock an earthen vessel.] 1. A bottle or vessel; esp., a vial or small glass bottle for holding vinegar, oil, pepper, or the like,...
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cruet

crewet noun bottle that holds wine or oil or vinegar for the table
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Cruet

• (n.) A bottle or vessel; esp., a vial or small glass bottle for holding vinegar, oil, pepper, or the like, for the table; a caster. • (n.) A vessel used to hold wine, oil, or water for the service of the altar.
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Cruet

Small bottles, usually with a stopper, used for oil and vinegar in domestic settings and for wine and water in the eucharist; usually of glass, with silver stopper from the 18thC. More
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Cruet

frame fitted to hold bottles and casters of oil, vinegar and spices for use whilst dining.
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cruet

Small, stoppered bottle shaped like a decanter, originally used for holding water and wine at the altar, but subsequently used for condiments such as oil and vinegar at the table. Early examples dating from the 16thC were made of earthenware or pewter. In the 18thC glass examples became more widespread, and bottles were kept together in a frame wh....
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Cruet

A cruet t, also called a caster, is a small flat-bottomed vessel with a narrow neck. Cruets often have an integral lip or spout, and may also have a handle. Unlike a small carafe, a cruet has a stopper or lid. Cruets are normally made from glass, ceramic, or stainless steel. ==Uses== Cruets today typically serve a culinary function, holding liquid...
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cruet

vessel used in religious ceremonies, especially to hold the Eucharist
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