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Another word for flask

      1. Milk from an infant's nursing bottle
      2. The volume of liquid contained in a standard U.S. wine bottle, 750 ml (25.4 oz)
      3. The quantity that a bottle holds.
      1. A vessel used for decanting, especially a decorative bottle used for serving wine.
      2. A decorative glass bottle, generally with a stopper, from which wine, etc. is served after being decanted
      1. A container for liquids, with a handle, a narrow neck, a spout, and, sometimes, a lid
      2. The quantity of liquid that such a vessel can hold.
      3. A large vessel, usually of metal or pottery, with a handle and spout and often a lid, used for holding wine or other liquors.
      1. A large bottle with a short neck, sometimes with two small handles at the neck, sometimes encased in wickerwork.
      2. A large, narrow-necked glass or earthenware bottle, usually encased in wickerwork.
      1. A very large, typically metal, box used for transporting goods (also cargo container).
      2. An item in which objects, materials or data can be stored or transported.
      3. A huge, standardized metal container for use in containerization
      1. A cylindrical glass or earthenware vessel with a wide mouth and usually no handles.
      2. A small, approximately cylindrical container, normally made of glass or clay, for holding fruit, preserves, etc., or for ornamental purposes.
      3. (Chiefly British) A glass of beer.
      1. The contents of such a container
      2. A large, often rounded vessel of earthenware, glass, or metal with a small mouth, a handle, and usually a stopper or cap.
      3. (Slang) A bottle of whiskey
      1. A clear, transparent mineral; esp., pure quartz
      2. A clear glass or plastic protective cover for the face of a watch or clock.
      3. A high-quality, clear, colorless glass.
      1. An article made partly or wholly of glass, as a drinking container, mirror, windowpane, telescope, barometer, etc.
      2. A binocular or field glass.
      3. The quantity contained in a drinking glass
      1. A large water pitcher with a wide mouth
      2. A pitcher, especially a decorative one with a base, an oval body, and a flaring spout.
      1. A surname​.
      2. A small container for liquids such as water, oil, honey, or wine
      1. A glass pot with a pouring spout, used in making coffee.
      2. A glass bottle for serving wine, water, or coffee
      1. An earthenware vessel.
      2. A broken piece of earthenware.
      3. An earthenware pot or jar
      1. A box with compartments for carrying cooking gear and eating utensils.
      2. A recreational facility, bar, or small general store formerly established for the patronage of soldiers.
      3. A small metal or plastic flask, usually encased in canvas, for carrying drinking water
      1. A traditional Greek or Spanish wineskin bag. Typically it is made of leather, and is used to carry wine, although any liquid can be carried.
      1. (Slang) The human head.
      2. A unit of liquid measure equal to one quarter of a pint.
      3. A small cup or mug
      1. A small, cylindrical bottle, usually of glass, for containing liquids; phial
      1. A vial.
      2. A small, cylindrical bottle, usually of glass, for containing liquids; vial
      1. (Ecclesiastical) A small vessel for holy water or for water or wine used in the consecration of the Eucharist.
      2. A small glass bottle, as for serving vinegar or oil at the table
      1. One that casts:
      2. A shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling condiments such as sugar, salt, pepper, etc.
      3. A small bottle or other container for serving vinegar, mustard, salt, etc. at the table
      1. The dried and hollowed-out shell of one of these fruits, often used as a container or as a decorative object.
      2. The fruit of such a plant, sometimes of unusual shape or color.
      3. The dried, hollowed-out shell of such a fruit, used as a drinking cup, dipper, etc.
      1. A vase, esp. one with a foot or pedestal
      2. A vase of varying size and shape, usually having a footed base or pedestal.
      3. A large metal container with a faucet, used for making and serving hot coffee, tea, etc.
      1. A cup-shaped flower
      2. A cup or goblet.
      3. A cup for the consecrated wine of the Eucharist.
      1. An ordinary drinking glass without foot or stem: orig., such a glass with a rounded or pointed bottom, that would tumble over when set down
      2. A flat-bottomed glass having no handle, foot, or stem.
      3. The contents of such a drinking glass.
      1. (Archaic) A drinking bowl without handles.
      2. A drinking vessel with a foot and stem.
      3. A drinking glass with a base and stem
      1. The contents or capacity of a beaker
      2. The quantity that a beaker holds.
      3. A jarlike container of glass or metal with a lip for pouring, used by chemists, druggists, etc.
      1. One of the hard, usually permanent structures projecting from the head of certain mammals, such as cattle, sheep, goats, or antelopes, consisting of a bony core covered with a sheath of keratinous material.
      2. A usually electrical signaling device that produces a loud resonant sound:
      3. A drink contained in a horn
      1. A device that purifies or alters by a process comparable to distillation.
      2. An apparatus consisting of two vessels connected by a tube, formerly used for distilling liquids.
      3. An apparatus of glass or metal, like a retort, formerly used for distilling
      1. A closed laboratory vessel with an outlet tube, used for distillation, sublimation, or decomposition by heat.
      2. A vessel in which ore is heated to extract a metal, coal is heated to produce gas, etc.
      3. A container, generally of glass and with a long tube, in which substances are distilled, as in a laboratory
      1. A complete failure; esp., an ambitious project that ends as a ridiculous failure
      2. A bottle; esp., a long-necked wine bottle with a rounded lower portion covered in woven straw
      1. Alternative spelling of hip flask.
      2. A container designed to hold small amounts of alcohol, especially spirits, for personal consumption on the go.
      1. Alternative spelling of pocket flask.
      2. (Dated) A flat metal container for alcoholic beverages, with a narrow neck suitable for use as a drinking spout, designed to fit into a man's pocket and popular in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.