[wahyn-glas-foo l, -glahs-]
- the capacity of a wineglass, typically containing four to six fluid ounces.
Origin of wineglassful
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Examples from the Web for wineglassful
“Not quite a wineglassful,” replied Peter, somewhat subdued.The Young Fur Traders
Give only a wineglassful at a time, as often as the patient can take it.Papers on Health
A wineglassful every 1⁄2 hour or hour; as a diaphoretic and expectorant.
A wineglassful, or more, repeated every half-hour, until it operates.
Pour over a wineglassful of white wine, and a cupful of stock.The Myrtle Reed Cook Book