Recent Examples of flask from the Web
The water was perfectly cool; the water so still that tactically swimming to a floating raft armed with a flask filled with mimosa and a good book felt like an unofficial requirement.
A new exhibit at Yale University Art Gallery — 130 pieces in the museum's collection of ancient glass — is a lovely array of jewelry, cups, bowls, pitchers, flasks, bottles, cosmetic vials and jars from the ancient world.
Seedpods are sterilized and opened to extract the seeds, which are then sowed onto an agar media in a scientific flask for germination to take place.
Shadow boxes feature photographs of hunters, rifles, a flask, knives, historic photos and hockey jerseys.
In collaboration with Smathers and Branson, the line also offers a six-ounce Pappy flask.
Chantel Aguirre and Mason Cutler’s rhapsodic duet over a silver flask and velvet couch depicts a couple not only tangled in love but also caught in the grip of alcohol.
While many rafts featured large families out to have outdoor fun on a hot day, others had large coolers, flasks and drink cups.
Maybe that last one means just keeping a flask of whiskey in one’s desk as opposed to a fifth?
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Origin and Etymology of flask
First Known Use: 1549See Words from the same year
FLASK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flask for English Language Learners
: a container that is shaped like a flattened bottle and that is used to carry alcohol
: a glass bottle used in scientific laboratories
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