Definition of wineglass
: a stemware drinking glass for wine
Recent Examples of wineglass from the Web
Tables are decorated with tablecloths and wineglasses that sparkle under tasteful, subdued lighting.
Windowpanes, wineglasses, and cell-phone screens are made from melted sand.
Included in the ticket price is a souvenir wineglass, wristband and five tasting tickets.
Above the shelves of wineglasses were chalkboards scribbled with the day’s menu in Japanese.
Even though the underlying symmetry of the table is manifest, the symmetry gets broken as soon as a direction is chosen for the wineglasses.
During the meal, my boyfriend accidentally broke his wineglass.
Green wineglass—William Yeoward Crystal; williamyeowardcrystal.com.
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