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Synonyms for bottle

the quantity contained in a bottle

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a vessel fitted with a flexible teat and filled with milk or formula

store (liquids or gases) in bottles

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put into bottles

References in classic literature ?
A bottle here," said Anatole, taking a glass from the table he went up to Pierre.
Go fetch 'm two bottle beer fella stop 'm along icey-chestis
She poured into the dish a quantity from each of these bottles.
It was, however, equally like hundreds of other bottles in his shop.
As his courage appeared to be fast failing him, and he trifled with the stopper in a manner which threatened the dismissal of the bottle to its old place, Newman took up one of the little glasses, and clinked it, twice or thrice, against the bottle, as a gentle reminder that he had not been helped yet.
For arms there dangled from the upper portion of the carcass two tolerably long bottles, with the necks outward for hands.
I went into the cellar; all the barrels were gone, and of the bottles a most surprising number had been drunk out and thrown away.
And now, for the first time, her eyes stopped at the table with the bottles on it.
By this means they were able to meet without losing sight of the fire or of the two bottles in which the old Fairy kept her eye and her tooth at night, and for some time the lovers enjoyed every hour of sunshine together.
And I must leave all this"--he waved his arm round the dirty garret, with its unmade bed, the clothes lying on the floor, a row of empty beer bottles against the wall, piles of unbound, ragged books in every corner--"for some provincial university where I shall try and get a chair of philology.
Pickwick gently let down the window and disengaged the bottle from the stick; upon which the latter was drawn up, and Mr.
Then he closes his piano softly, softly changes his coat for a pea- jacket, with a goodly wicker-cased bottle in its largest pocket, and putting on a low-crowned, flap-brimmed hat, goes softly out.
By this time she had found her way into a tidy little room with a table in the window, and on it (as she had hoped) a fan and two or three pairs of tiny white kid gloves: she took up the fan and a pair of the gloves, and was just going to leave the room, when her eye fell upon a little bottle that stood near the looking- glass.
The tea-things, including a bottle of rather suspicious character and a cold knuckle of ham, were set forth upon a drum, covered with a white napkin; and there, as if at the most convenient round-table in all the world, sat this roving lady, taking her tea and enjoying the prospect.
I found the bottle of brandy in the place indicated, but no liqueur-glass in the backgammon-board.