from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A bag made from the skin of a goat for example, and used for holding and dispensing wine.
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- n. A bag, traditionally made from the skin of a goat, used for holding and dispensing wine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an animal skin (usually a goatskin) that forms a bag and is used to hold and dispense wine
He held the wineskin out to Sim, who took it as he rose to his feet.
Drinking all day can be an expensive affair if you don't have your own strategic reserves waiting to be tapped, so my advice would be to invest in a Las Tres Z.Z.Z. wineskin.
Trystan lay almost exactly as he had two nights before, one arm flung out, an empty wineskin lying by his side.
Isolde jerked her thoughts back and tried to fill her mind instead with the memory of Trystan drunkenly asleep beside the empty wineskin.
Nevertheless, there may be kinds of training (business or technical training, consulting, coaching) that could be done in a for-profit wineskin.
I recently attended a Friday morning discipleship meeting that is a good example of a “C” quadrant wineskin.
It hurt you to experience your popularity waning, it might have driven you to the wineskin were not the wineskin already, Mr. Sensual License, your lifelong friend; and it added to your misery to observe the effects of estrangement upon your former followers.
"Methinks thou doth speak from freedom not from vanity, " said Pan, -and I lift my wineskin to thee, for thou art rare among humans.
Directly across the pool, in the mouth of a shallow cave, hunkered Pan, a wineskin in one fist, an erection in the other.
Put an ounce of the contents of the black bottle into the cup, then fill it up with the wineskin.
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