goblet


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Synonyms for goblet

Synonyms for goblet

a drinking glass with a base and stem

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a bowl-shaped drinking vessel

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A silver goblet was too glittering a prize not to catch the eye of a Pierced-nose.
All the past vexations that he had suffered from this pilfering community rose to mind, and he threatened that, unless the goblet was promptly returned, he would hang the thief, should he eventually discover him.
He placed the goblet nervously on the table, and looked round upon the company with a half -- insane stare.
and he poured out another goblet full and offered it to the cripple, who merely gazed at it, gasping for breath.
He filled a second goblet for himself, and honored the toast by draining it to the bottom.
He tried to speak lightly; he took up his goblet of wine; but I could see that I had produced an effect on him.
This insulting allusion to his dark skin infuriates Neville to that violent degree, that he flings the dregs of his wine at Edwin Drood, and is in the act of flinging the goblet after it, when his arm is caught in the nick of time by Jasper.
With sheep and shaggy goats the porkers bled, And the proud steer was on the marble spread; With fire prepared, they deal the morsels round, Wine rosy bright the brimming goblets crown'd.
The goblet was set on a table beside the king's throne; and a fly, meaning just to sip a little from the brim, immediately tumbled into it, dead.
Then he took the goblet, and when he had swallowed the drink the bird-heart came out of his mouth.
Queen of my soul,' replied the stranger, folding his hands together, 'this goblet sip
Fill your goblet again, Sir Knight," said Robin; and he turned to whisper a word in Marian's ear.
And six wooden goblets, and six platters of wood and two of pewter to cat and drink from withal," said the mason, impressively.
The warmly cool, clear, ringing, perfumed, overflowing, redundant days, were as crystal goblets of Persian sherbet, heaped up --flaked up, with rose-water snow.
But I doubt not that they were very magnificent; and slaves in gorgeous liveries waited on the guests, and offered them wine in goblets of massive silver.