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Another word for cup

      1. The dried, hollowed-out shell of such a fruit, used as a drinking cup, dipper, etc.
      2. The fruit of such a plant, sometimes of unusual shape or color.
      3. The dried and hollowed-out shell of one of these fruits, often used as a container or as a decorative object.
      1. A cup or other vessel used for drinking.
      2. A metal cup
      3. The contents of such a vessel.
      1. (Slang) The human head.
      2. A unit of liquid measure equal to one quarter of a pint.
      3. A small mug or cup.
      1. A cup-shaped flower
      2. A cup or goblet.
      3. The cup for the wine of Holy Communion
      1. A cup or plate that, according to medieval legend, was used by Jesus at the Last Supper and later became the object of many chivalric quests.
      2. One of the small feathers of a hawk.
      3. (Poetic) Small particles of earth; gravel.
      1. Alternative form of canakin.
      2. A small can, esp. when used as a cup
      1. A shallow cup or bowl with a handle.
      2. A small, shallow bowl, often of pewter and usually having a flat, horizontal handle
      1. (Countable) a large vessel for drinking
      2. The amount that such a bowl contains.
      3. (Uncountable) the contents or quantity of the contents of such a vessel
      1. The proportion of pure gold or silver and base metal prescribed for use in coinage
      2. A plant grafted on a single erect stem to grow in tree form
      3. The type, model, or example commonly or generally accepted or adhered to; criterion set for usages or practices
      1. A servant who tastes food and drink prepared as for a sovereign, to detect poisoning
      2. One who tastes anything, especially food, wine etc., for quality.
      3. A person employed to test the quality of wines, teas, etc. by tasting
      1. A usually metal or rubber bar attached to either end of a motor vehicle, such as a truck or car, to absorb impact in a collision.
      2. A cup or glass filled to the brim
      3. A drinking vessel filled to the brim.
      1. The amount that a stein will hold, about a pint
      2. A beer mug, especially one that is large or decorated.
      3. An earthenware beer mug, or a similar mug of pewter, glass, etc.
      1. The quantity that a beaker holds.
      2. The contents or capacity of a beaker
      3. A jarlike container of glass or metal with a lip for pouring, used by chemists, druggists, etc.
      1. The contents of such a drinking glass.
      2. A beverage cup, typically made of stainless steel, that is broad at the top and narrow at the bottom commonly used in India.
      3. A drinking glass that has no stem, foot, or handle "” so called because such glasses originally had a pointed or convex base and could not be set down without spilling. This compelled the drinker to finish his measure.
      1. (Archaic) A drinking bowl without handles.
      2. A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
      3. A drinking vessel, such as a glass, that has a stem and base.
      1. A hemispherical vessel, wider than it is deep, used for holding food or fluids.
      2. The contents of such a vessel.
      3. The capacity or contents of a bowl
      1. A hollow utensil, such as a cup, vase, or pitcher, used as a container, especially for liquids.
      2. (--- Nautical) A craft, especially one larger than a rowboat, designed to navigate on water.
      3. A person seen as the agent or embodiment, as of a quality:
      1. A rough, ugly person; ruffian, thug, etc.
      2. The amount that such a cup can hold.
      3. A heavy drinking cup of earthenware or metal, having a handle