Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bottle for holding wine.
“I bought a bottle of each (they are wine-bottle sized).”
“The facing wall was newly papered with posters, handbills, trunk and wine-bottle labels, cancelled tickets, maps, and other ephemera patiently accumulated by Mum and Dad in the northern spring and summer of 1961 on their extended tour of Europe.”
“The Houston rodeo features a "Go Tejano Day," which caters to the city's growing Hispanic population, and a massive market, with vendors selling everything from gourmet ginger-root graters imported from Spain to wine-bottle holders in the shape of cowboy boots.”
“A first-aid kit, sippy cups, a wine-bottle opener.”
“It is Owens-Illinois's first foray into the fast-growing market inthat country, where the wine-bottle category is the biggest and fastest-growing segment.”
“I write at the kitchen table by the light of a paraffin lamp and a candle in a wine-bottle candlestick.”
“Yes, I have a thing for reused wine-bottle objects, and yes, there are many different designers out there doing this.”
“But to raise cash these days, Five Four is manufacturing just about anything that will turn a buck: backpacks, wine-bottle openers and socks -- three pairs for $20.”
“Below is a chart of wine-bottle sizes and the quantity of wine inside.”
“Persels's wine-bottle paper, although dealing with subject-matter you wouldn't want brought up at the dinner table, was actually one of the better, in terms of overall learning, of the two dozen or so papers I heard and his French accent was excellent.”
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