Some of these, it will be noticed, have flat lids and one example has the dome-shaped lid of the flagon of earlier days.
He began by holding the flagon of Burgundy wine to his lips.
She refused the cloak as she had refused the flagon and the cake, and replied, "A sack."
And Choulette pointed to two glasses and a flagon placed on a stove.
When they arrived, he found a good fire in the chamber, and a table covered with cold meats, and a flagon of strong beer.
Nor must it be imagined, that while he thus exercised his teeth, he neglected the flagon.
He laughed as the newcomers entered, thinking that two of his boon companions had returned to finish a flagon.
In the bottle, flagon, and flask, the neck is of different length and form.
And here laid his hand upon every vessel (be it chalice or flagon) in which there was any wine to be consecrated.
I dealt hotly with speculations over the ownership of the flagon.
Heb. ashishah, (2 Sam. 6:19; 1 Chr. 16:3; Cant. 2:5; Hos. 3:1), meaning properly "a cake of pressed raisins." "Flagons of wine" of the Authorized Version should be, as in the Revised Version, "cakes of raisins" in all these passages. In Isa. 22:24 it is the rendering of the Hebrew _nebel_, which properly means a bottle or vessel of skin. (Comp. 1 Sam. 1:24; 10:3; 25:18; 2 Sam. 16:1, where the same Hebrew word is used.)