stemware
noun Date: 1926 glass hollowware mounted on a stem

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  • Stemware — is drinkware that stands on stems above a base. It is usually made from glass, but may be made from ceramics or metals.Stemware includes:* Wine glasses * Champagne flutes * Chalices and goblets * Cocktail glasses (including martini glasses and… …   Wikipedia

  • stemware — ☆ stemware [stem′wer΄ ] n. goblets, wineglasses, etc. having stems …   English World dictionary

  • stemware — /stem wair /, n. glass or crystal vessels, esp. for beverages and desserts, having rounded bowls mounted on footed stems. [1925 30; STEM1 + WARE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • stemware — noun Drinking glasses that have a stem, such as wine or champagne glasses …   Wiktionary

  • stemware — n. glassware mounted on a stem with a footed base (used to hold beverages or desserts) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • stemware — noun N. Amer. goblets and stemmed glasses regarded collectively …   English new terms dictionary

  • stemware — stem•ware [[t]ˈstɛmˌwɛər[/t]] n. glass or crystal vessels, esp. for beverages and desserts, having rounded bowls on stems • Etymology: 1925–30 …   From formal English to slang

  • stemware — /ˈstɛmwɛə/ (say stemwair) noun glassware with stems. {stem1 + ware1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • stemware — n. US glasses with stems …   Useful english dictionary

  • Champagne stemware — Champagne flute and bottle Champagne stemware refers to the flute and coupe glasses used in the enjoyment of champagne, other sparkling wines, and certain beers. Contents …   Wikipedia

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