carafe

Word of the Day

carafe

Pronunciation /kəˈraf/ /kəˈrɑːf/
noun
An open-topped glass flask used for serving wine or water in a restaurant.

Origin
Late 18th century from French, from Italian caraffa, probably based on Arabic g̣arafa ‘draw water’.

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No, don’t whine about it. It’s still morning here, so this carafe is designed for coffee.

No matter what your time of day
Whether, sunny, dark or gray,
Morning, noon or night.
May your outlook stay full bright.

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