Origin of vase
Related formsvase·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for vase
Other days we bring replacement flowers and a new stuffed animal, which my wife ties to the vase to keep it in place.
I could see the vase on her dresser, one of the thin glass globes, I imagined, that come free with flower arrangements.Daddy, How Come You’re Always Broke? Benjamin Anastas’s ‘Too Good to Be True’|Benjamin Anastas|October 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
We have a goldfish named Bubble Bath who swims in a vase on the kitchen counter.Life With 6 Kids, 20 Finches, and a Franken-tortoise|Laura Bennett|October 9, 2008|DAILY BEAST
He took a flower from a vase, and put it into the hand that was cold.The Arena|Various
Hitherto it has stood in a Chinese vase beneath the stairs and has seemed a listless creature.Chimney-Pot Papers|Charles S. Brooks
She herself changes the water in the vase which holds the cornflowers.The Old House and Other Tales|Feodor Sologub
So may have looked afrites or the shapes metamorphosed from the vapour of the fisherman's vase.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
The Caterpillars are going round and round on the ledge at the top of the vase.Insect Adventures|J. Henri Fabre