Examples of ewer in a Sentence
a silver ewer in the elaborately ornamented style favored by the Victorians
Recent Examples of ewer from the Web
There are bowls large enough to blow wimpy centerpieces out of the water—or off the table—and ewers too tiny even for the four-fingered hand of Mickey Mouse.
The contest had been going on for more than a century, the cover story explained: The contest, not the old Victorian silver ewer, is the thing.
Pinckney was at the dinner that night, trying to acknowledge and refute history over watermelon brandy, chowchow, shrimp pie, chapon chasseur, and truffled squab served with silver ewers of walnut ketchup.
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EWER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ewer for English Language Learners
: a type of pitcher or jug that is shaped like a vase and that was used in the past for holding water
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