verb (used with object)
Origin of decant
Related formsde·can·ta·tion [dee-kan-tey-shuh n] /ˌdi kænˈteɪ ʃən/, noun
Examples from the Web for decanted
Both sorts, when decanted clear off, are put up in casks or bottles, and preserved for making spruce beer.
How many times the Church has decanted the new wine of Christianity into the old bottles of heathendom.The Book of Hallowe'en|Ruth Edna Kelley
He took up a fruit salad, poised it for a moment, then decanted it over Mr. Gossett's bald head.Indiscretions of Archie|P. G. Wodehouse
Less'n a minute and a half by the clock she'd been in there, but she certainly had decanted the beans.Torchy As A Pa|Sewell Ford
The solution, decanted from the iron and mercury, is then placed in a retort and distilled; the acid coming over at a gentle heat.