from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A rack for holding bottles placed in it mouth downward to drain.
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One was no other than the red-nosed Scotchman, the Eleusinian victim whom I had watched through the bottle-rack at Épernay.
Both the poisons had been placed at the bottom of a bottle-rack, and a plank had been nailed over them.
The unused portion of the arsenic had been put in a niche of a bottle-rack.
My fellow-passenger was fast asleep -- a fact which I was grateful for when I discovered propped against my bottle-rack a tiny envelope with my name upon it.
We entered a large gallery, in which a number of moulds -- made of baked earth and shaped like reversed sugar-loaves -- were ranged in lines under the beams, like bottles in a bottle-rack.