Recent Examples of vase from the Web
Hawks is romantic, in every sense of the word, with the fresh flowers arranged in a large vase and displayed prominently in the dining room tying in to the floral design of the curtains.
The flowers can then last about 14 days in the vase.
Shop Girls’ tank top with pigeon pattern ($42); Maman x Akiko Tsuji white bunny vase ($60); leaf-print pillowcase ($65).
These cheerful, hardy blooms are equally pleasing in a garden or a vase and come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors.
Kiker testified the inmate who was beaten was taken into custody after throwing a vase at a judge.
For a bold arrangement, opt for a tall vase; the height of the container adds drama.
For such a long-unsolved case, the investigation is surprisingly active into the disappearance of the artworks, which include paintings, a Chinese vase and a 19th century finial of an eagle.
The tables are covered in tablecloths and each has a vase filled with faux flowers.
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Origin and Etymology of vase
First Known Use: 1629See Words from the same year
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Definition of vase for English Language Learners
: a container that is used for holding flowers or for decoration
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