verrière

[ ver-ee-air; French ve-ryer ]
/ ˌvɛr iˈɛər; French vɛˈryɛr /

noun, plural ver·ri·ères [ver-ee-airz; French ve-ryer]. /ˌvɛr iˈɛərz; French vɛˈryɛr/.

a French bowl similar to a monteith in form and use.

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Origin of verrière

<French: glass stand, frame
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