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Synonyms for goblet

a drinking glass with a base and stem

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a bowl-shaped drinking vessel

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She fetched crockery -- new, and plenty of it; new wooden goblets and other table furniture; and beer, fish, chicken, a goose, eggs, roast beef, roast mutton, a ham, a small roast pig, and a wealth of genuine white wheaten bread.
This was done with great enthusiasm by those who were made so they could drink at all, and those who could not drink politely touched the rims of their goblets to their lips.
shouted the travellers, draining off their goblets.
There was a small oak table in the middle of the room; against the wall stood an exquisite chiffonier, on which were resting some cut-glass decanters and goblets.
His displeasure was expressed in broken sentences, partly muttered to himself, partly addressed to the domestics who stood around; and particularly to his cupbearer, who offered him from time to time, as a sedative, a silver goblet filled with wine ``Why tarries the Lady Rowena?
However," (here he drew a cork), "a generous goblet of this will make you feel like gods for half an hour at least.
Now they seated themselves at the table, and one of them took up a goblet filled with wine, and said, 'A health to my father
Fill your goblet again, Sir Knight," said Robin; and he turned to whisper a word in Marian's ear.
He bore a salver in his hand, on which was a chased silver goblet, filled to the brim with wine, which he offered as reverentially as to a crowned queen, or rather with the awful devotion of a priest doing sacrifice to his idol.
Only admit this evil-minded young man to your presence, treat him civilly, and invite him to drink a goblet of wine.
Once upon a time three soldiers took shelter in the building for the night, and rummaged it from top to bottom, when they found old Father Red-cap astride of a cider barrel in the cellar, with a jug in one hand and a goblet in the other.
He was stately, too, in his appointments, and had a silver goblet or drinking cup, out of which he would drink with a magnificent air, and then lock it up in a large garde vin, which accompanied him in his travels, and stood in his tent.
He bore a crystal goblet containing a liquor colorless as water, but bright enough to be the draught of immortality.
Many large, bitter drops fell into the goblet as he took it, humbly, from the hand of the tyrant.
He mounted the steps and entered the room where the maiden was sitting, with a golden goblet full of wine in front of her.