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goblet (n.)

large, handle-less, crater-shaped drinking vessel for wine, etc.," late 14c., from Old French gobelet "goblet, cup" (13c.), diminutive of gobel "cup," probably related to gobe "gulp down" (see gob).

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Definitions of goblet

goblet (n.)
a drinking glass with a base and stem;
goblet (n.)
a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup;
Synonyms: chalice
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