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  • n. A bottle (normally made of glass) for holding wine.

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

  • n. a bottle for holding wine


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  • WHOLESALE NOVELTIES, a padlock on the door and a smashed wine bottle in the doorway.

    Time and Again

  • I did the ones that mattered first — restoring the double cigarette-lighting in Now, Voyager, putting the uranium back in the wine bottle in Notorious, reinebriating Lee Marvin's horse in Cat Ballou.

    Futures Imperfect

  • The bums circling the oil drum imitated our call, blowing over the opening of a wine bottle and sending out a deep-pitched, vacant sound.

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

  • The Countess snatched a wine bottle off the rack, and without a second of hesitation, she threw it and it hit the first guy, a tall, hippie-looking guy, right in the middle of the forehead and he went down like he was shot.

    You Suck

  • Broken Bottle was still on his feet, the jagged neck of the wine bottle in his hand.

    The Warslayer


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