I must speak to that postman; he's made Mary forget to put any pepper in the cruet, and any one might have seen them.
But I speak of the cruet sauces, where the quintessence of the sapid is condensed in a phial.
Note the one candle on the altar, the bishops chair, the piscina with its cruet, and the triptych.
His eyes fell upon the cruet which contained the consecrated oil.
They'd mix about as well as a cruet of vinegar and a313 pail of lard.
Hang the pepper-box to his nose, nurse, then he will be a cruet.
He brought out a cruet stand from a cupboard at the side of the stove and filled the dish half full of vinegar.
Without answering, she took the cruet from the sideboard and set it on the table.
A small quantity may be kept in a cruet; retaining the leaves at the bottom.
The servants placed before her a cruet of vinegar, and she put into it one of the pearls which were appended to her ears.
"small glass bottle for vinegar, oil, etc.," c.1300, Anglo-French diminutive of Old French crue "an earthen pot," from Frankish *kruka or some other Germanic source (cf. Old High German kruog); related to crock.