goblet

  1. a drinking glass with a base and stem
  2. a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup

goblet

Drinking vessel usually with a large bowl on a stem and foot.

goblet

[n] - a drinking glass with a base and stem
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goblet

glass that is bulbous so as to allow warming from the hand, which releases the fine aromas and flavours of the beer
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Goblet

A drinking glass with the bowl large in relation to the stem height and holding a gill or more of liquor.
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Goblet

Gob'let noun [ French gobelet , Late Latin gobeletus , gobellus ; confer Latin cupa tub, cask. See Cupel .] A kind of cup or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle. « We love not loaded boards and goblets crowned.» De...
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goblet

noun a drinking glass with a base and stem
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Goblet

• (n.) A kind of cup or drinking vessel having a foot or standard, but without a handle.
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goblet

goblet Infant goblin.
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goblet

Drinking vessel usually with a large bowl on a stem and foot.
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Goblet

Goblets can resemble a fishbowl. Typically they have a round bowl and come in various sizes. They are somewhat like a brandy or cognac snifter. Use these for high alcohol sipping beers.
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Goblet

Goblets can resemble a fishbowl. Typically they have a round bowl and come in various sizes. They are somewhat like a brandy or cognac snifter. Use these for high alcohol sipping beers.
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Goblet

[Khayyám Ruba`i] Goblet or chalice is a Ruba`i of Omar Khayyám that deals with joy and death. Metre of poem is sung Maf`ulo Mafa`eel Maf`aeelo Fe`l. == Poetic translation == By Edward FitzGerald: At dawn came a calling from the tavern Hark drunken mad man of the cavern Arise; let us fill with wine one more turn Before destiny fills our cu...
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