(noun) Meaning: a glass bottle, especially one for holding vinegar, oil, etc., for the table. ; (Christianity) either of a pair of small containers for the wine and water used in the Eucharist



cruet meaning sentence
Image sentence: John bought a unique and beautiful cruet for his dining table.

Word Origin and History
small glass bottle for vinegar, oil, etc.,” c.1300, Anglo-French diminutive of Old French crue “an earthen pot,” from Frankish *kruka or some other Germanic source (cf. Old High German kruog); related to crock.

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