“Give it for half a drachma a goblet, and we will taste it,” said one of the merchants.
Then he handed the goblet to Telemachos, and he did likewise.
Whereupon he forgot the breakfast and all around him, and stood gazing at the goblet, lost in thought.
A second goblet and you would be so hungry you could eat stones.
He raised his goblet and drank to the health of his guest, and all sorrow departed from them.
It was full of treasure, and in its folds was a goblet of gold.
There is blood upon this settle, there is blood upon this table, there is blood upon this goblet.
We will send her the goblet of gold, and it shall be called the Albemarle Cup.'
The goblet struck him full on the nose, by which it was shivered to pieces, and his nose and face sadly cut.
Yvon contented himself with raising his goblet to a level with his eyes.
a laver or trough for washing garments. In Cant. 7:2, a bowl or drinking vessel, a bowl for mixing wine; in Ex. 24:6, a sacrificial basin. (See CUP.)