Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A small bar or counter for making alcoholic drinks that is equipped with a sink and running water.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. An area for the preparation of alcoholic drinks, equipped with a countertop having a sink and running water and usually located in a home, hotel room, or similar quarters.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a bar for mixing drinks that has a sink with running water

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Examples

  • I return to the Do-It-Yourself-Superstore in the Shadow of the Gowanus Expressway and buy still more ready-made disks of peat moss, load them with seeds of every description—cantaloupes, acorn squash, Green Zebra tomatoes—and place them on the dusty wet bar in my ramshackle basement.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • I find a built-in wet bar with a small refrigerator stocked with Heineken beer, Coke Classic, and Seven-Up, mini-bottles of Johnnie Walker Red, Bacardi rum, and Smirnoff vodka, and packets of M & M’s, honey-roasted cashews, and Cadbury chocolate bars.

    The Joy Luck Club

  • Next to the window was a wet bar with a large, glassed-in, temperature-controlled wine cabinet and an abstract painting of a nude on the wall next to it.

    Dexter in the dark

  • Tuch walked into his spacious office and went over to a wet bar where he poured coffee into a plastic cup.

    Fatal Care

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