Examples of tumbler in a Sentence
She drank a tumbler of water.
a gymnast who's a skillful tumbler
Recent Examples of tumbler from the Web
An Old Fashioned should be prepared and served in its namesake glass, a low tumbler, accompanied (ideally) by a large ice cube.
Following is the audition schedule: 1:30 p.m., ages 5-6; 2 p.m., ages 7-8; 2:30 p.m., all tumblers and children with no dance training; 3 p.m., ages 9-10; 3:30 p.m., ages 11-12; and 4 p.m., ages 13 and older.
The stackable, shatterproof tumblers are designed to maintain the smell and taste of drinking from a traditional wine glass.
INGREDIENTS 1 ½ ounces Martin Miller’s Gin ounce St. Germain elderflower liqueur ½ ounce lemon juice 2 ounces pineapple-cucumber puree (see recipe) Add all ingredients to a tumbler with ice and shake.
George Richards @GeorgeRichards Other relatively cheaper souvenir’s spotted: A cloth pennant, with or without Mickey Mouse ($15); shot glass ($10); 30-oz cold tumbler ($30); lanyard with ticket holder ($15); official game program ($15).
Loading the tumbler with liquid requires patience, but what price better health? $14.43, actually, at Amazon.
The Elevation 64 is billed as a 100 percent stainless-steel vacuum-sealed tumbler with copper lining.
Now, the company is revisiting its roots, with growlers, tumblers and coolers.
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First Known Use of tumbler
TUMBLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tumbler for English Language Learners
: a glass used for drinking that has a flat bottom and no stem or handle
: the amount of liquid held in a tumbler
: a person who performs athletic movements that involve rolling or turning along the ground or through the air
TUMBLER Defined for Kids
Definition of tumbler for Students
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