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cocktail glass

a glass for serving cocktails, typically bell-shaped and having a foot and a stem.
Origin of cocktail glass
First recorded in 1905-10 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Tom tried to hide his disappointment behind the cocktail glass.

    Get Out of Our Skies! E. K. Jarvis
  • If it had been a whiskey glass, or a cocktail glass, the results might have been fatal.

    Something Else Again Franklin P. Adams
  • Place three tablespoons of rhubarb conserve in a cocktail glass.

    Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book Mary A. Wilson
  • Shake; strain into cocktail glass and serve with piece of Lemon Peel twisted on top.

    The Ideal Bartender

    Tom Bullock
  • Stir well; strain into cocktail glass and serve with a piece of twisted Lemon Peel on top.

    The Ideal Bartender

    Tom Bullock
  • A cocktail is served in a cocktail glass which is placed on a doily-covered plate which in turn is placed on the service plate.

    Book of Etiquette, Volume 2 Lillian Eichler Watson
  • The hostess, then, with a certain righteous complacence, lowered her eyes to her cocktail glass.

    Missy Dana Gatlin

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