Recent Examples of water glass from the Web
Plate, water glass, wine/beer/cocktail glass, napkin, fork, knife, and (maybe) spoon all laid out.
Goodman as a frustrated Tillerson then breaks a water glass in his hand.
Know whose water glass and bread plate is whose and what fork to use with salad.
Their hands are shown refracted through a water glass, which will turn out to be an important symbol.
The predictability of the ritual — setting the table, filling water glasses, the sight of my parents’ briefcases in the hall — filled me with dread.
The service: This is a place where your water glass will never be empty and crumbs on your tablecloth will be dutifully combed away.
Put the bottles in a nice-looking metal first-aid box or canvas bag near the kitchen sink, near water glasses.
When Gracie arrives at the pageant with Victor and Kathy Morningside greets them, there is a woman in the background behind Kathy wearing the costume Gracie later wears for her water glass routine during the talent competition at the Alamo.
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First Known Use of water glass
WATER GLASS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of water glass for English Language Learners
: a drinking glass
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