We have a goldfish named Bubble Bath who swims in a vase on the kitchen counter.
Other days we bring replacement flowers and a new stuffed animal, which my wife ties to the vase to keep it in place.
The tilt of orange lilies in a vase or the diamond patterns of playing cards are now subject to the critical eye of the art world.
I could see the vase on her dresser, one of the thin glass globes, I imagined, that come free with flower arrangements.
As they struggled to and fro the table was overturned and the vase dashed into a thousand fragments.
At a supper at which Augustus was present a slave broke a vase.
I've seen it before; yes, seen her shut up in the Vatican, immortal on an old Etruscan vase.
Both views are true; you may take the vase by either handle.
The base of the vase has a design of clusters of acorns and oak leaves, and above these are dolphins sporting in billowing waves.
Put the vase in the oven and when the egg is coagulated, serve hot.
late 14c., from Middle French vase, from Latin vas "container, vessel." American English preserves the original English pronunciation (Swift rhymes it with face, Byron with place and grace), while British English shifted mid-19c. to preference for a pronunciation that rhymes with bras.