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Definition of "wineglassful" [wine•glass•ful]

  • As much as a wineglass will hold. (noun)

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Use "wineglassful" in a sentence
  • "Half a wineglassful will be the dose, or ten grains of the powdered root."
  • "Pour over them the following liquid, which has been made from a wineglassful each of the following but no other liqueurs, all mixed thoroughly together: brandy, kirsch, cointreau, benedictine, maraschino, and a touch of kümmel."
  • "The hugging and kissing to which Katie was subjected when she was carried up to the inn, near the boat-slip on the Surrey side of the river, may be imagined; as may also the faces she made at the wineglassful of stiff brandy and water which she was desired to drink."