Definition of 'champagne glass'
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Counsel poured the samples into champagne glasses, and pointed out that in one the liquid could scarcely be seen unless the glass was held at an angle. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Much more original than putting the engagement ring in the bottom of a champagne glass. The Sun (2010)Balance a champagne glass on one of them and people show respect. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Champagne is probably a better choice than wine if only because champagne glasses still tend to be 125ml. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A champagne glass was thrust into my hand. IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)Two champagne glasses and our complimentary bottle hurtled off the dressing table, but were saved by the thick carpet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A classic with a colourful twist - champagne glasses always add a touch of class. The Sun (2013)Investigators reportedly found six pill bottles at the scene, an empty Champagne glass and a beer can. The Sun (2012)To serve, take four champagne glasses and pour about 50ml of the rhubarb juice into the bottom of each one. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If I have friends here, my maid brings beers in wine or champagne glasses. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Here, scantily clad women danced in giant champagne glasses and hundreds of lights beckon you to the DJ booth. The Sun (2016)
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