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Definition of Glassful

Glassful
Glassful Glass"ful, n.; pl. Glassfuls. The contents of a glass; as much of anything as a glass will hold.

Meaning of Glassful from wikipedia

- (Boker's genuine only) 1 dash of Curaçao ​1⁄2 wine gl****ful [1 fl oz] of Old Tom gin ​1⁄2 wine gl****ful [1 fl oz] of [sweet/Italian] vermouth Stir up well...
- base syrup with carbonated water by accident when trying to make another gl****ful of the beverage. Pemberton decided then to sell this as a fountain drink...
- "Norman hole", is a pause between meal courses in which diners partake of a gl****ful of calvados in order to improve the appetite and make room for the next...
- causing the frog to empty its bladder. This dilute urine—up to half a gl****ful—can be drunk. However, this will cause the death of the frog which will...
- cras vespere tomorrow evening   cyath. cyathus a gl****ful   cyath. vinos. cyathus vinosus a wine-gl****ful   D, d. die [or] dosis days [or] doses ambiguous...
- Encyclopedia of Grapes. Harcourt. p. 61. ISBN 978-0-15-100714-1. MSNBC,Wine: A gl****ful of smoke and flavor. by Jon Bonné. January 13, 2005. Carménère grape variety...
- distant cousin of the Kıyma kebabı and includes, per kilo of meat, one gl****ful of soaked bulgur, a few shallots, 30 grams of pine nuts and only 100 grams...
- for chabrot. We have wine astern When we have stock all hot We pour a gl****ful Of strong red wine If, moreover we are sick To recover, perform chabrot...
- atmosphere in the first place. Greenwald denounces Keefer, and throws a gl****ful of yellow wine into his face (echoing the insulting nickname of "Old Yellowstain"...
- include: "Tale of Caw" “Quadrants” (for John Sims' Rhythm of Structure) A Gl****ful of Tea and Sugar in the Mouth “I Live in a Borrowed and Often Tender Multiplicity”...
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