stemless

adjective
stem·​less | \ ˈstem-ləs How to pronounce stemless (audio) \

Definition of stemless

: having no stem : acaulescent

Examples of stemless in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Quarantine has offered us an array of delicious and easy-to-assemble drinks other than stemless wine glasses full of bleach: Dalgona coffee, DIY Starbucks drinks, White Claw slushies, and wine. Jenny Singer, Glamour, "We Can’t Believe We Have to Say This, but Please Do Not Drink Bleach to ‘Clean Out’ Coronavirus," 24 Apr. 2020 Tucked into a stemless martini glass are crunchy fresh vegetables and lavash crackers, gathered over a very pleasant hummus of peas and edamame. Phil Vettel, chicagotribune.com, "Teatro ZinZanni’s ‘Love, Chaos and Dinner’ ... so how’s the dinner?," 21 July 2019 Tableware looks leftover from granny; thick, stemless wine glasses seem shatterproof. Sheryl Julian, BostonGlobe.com, "In a tiny spot in Chestnut Hill, Chef Ronsky is turning out a smart, traditional Italian menu," 3 July 2019 Servers then greeted patrons with a stemless glass of Valdo Prosecco. Marc Bona, cleveland.com, "Five Star Sensation 2019 draws Michael Symon, national chefs (photos, video)," 16 June 2019 Grab a bottle of wine (it’s BYOB) and your mother and paint your own stemmed or stemless glassware on Friday (6-9 p.m.) or Saturday (7-10 p.m.). Clare Miers, star-telegram, "Break out of your normal Mother's Day routine with these different experiences | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 8 May 2018 Strain into stemless wine glass with one large square ice cube. Megan Wyatt, ajc, "This gourmet Tabasco sauce will set tongues and wallets on fire," 23 Apr. 2018 Tucked into a stemless martini glass are crunchy fresh vegetables and lavash crackers, gathered over a very pleasant hummus of peas and edamame. Phil Vettel, chicagotribune.com, "Teatro ZinZanni’s ‘Love, Chaos and Dinner’ ... so how’s the dinner?," 21 July 2019 Tableware looks leftover from granny; thick, stemless wine glasses seem shatterproof. Sheryl Julian, BostonGlobe.com, "In a tiny spot in Chestnut Hill, Chef Ronsky is turning out a smart, traditional Italian menu," 3 July 2019

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1753, in the meaning defined above

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“Stemless.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stemless. Accessed 18 Jan. 2021.

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