Examples of decanter in a Sentence
The waiter served us wine from an elegant decanter.
Recent Examples of decanter from the Web
Pricing hasn’t been finalized, but will likely be $45 per decanter, $120 for a set of three, and $175 for the entire collection, Berman said.
Pride 1974’s gilded crystal decanter is designed by glassware master Laurence Brabant and is housed in a lacquered cherry wood box with a mirrored interior.
Incorporated into the piece are a decanter of bourbon and some glasses.
Lift the brewing container just enough to be able to remove its stopper, then allow the cold-brew concentrate to flow into the decanter below.
Amex sold a dream about what success looks like, a universe where handsome men and glittering women murmur about second homes over decanters filled with expensive booze.
Creative meeting suites have a Mad Men throwback flair, filled with old typewriters, books (remember those?), globes, and decanters.
Decanting was always done by candlelight, because only when the decanter was lit from below could the sediment be seen properly.
Pouring a bottle of red or white (yes, white) wine into a decanter serves two purposes: First, the process removes the sediment.
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First Known Use of decanter
DECANTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of decanter for English Language Learners
: a special glass bottle into which wine, whiskey, etc., is poured from its original bottle and from which it is served
DECANTER Defined for Kids
Definition of decanter for Students
: an ornamental glass bottle used especially for serving wine
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