Definition of Brandy snifter
1. Noun. A globular glass with a small top; used for serving brandy.
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Literary usage of Brandy snifter
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1. The Autobiography of a Quack by Silas Weir Mitchell, Nevada Ned Oliver (1900)
"The locality did not look like pay, but it is hard to say in this quarter, because sometimes you found a well-to-do " brandy- snifter " (local for gin-shop) ..."
2. Claudine the Circus Woman by Timothy J. Quinlan (2000)
"He would allegedly drink the Schlitz Malt Liquor from a brandy snifter. Occasionally, said Franco, JRN would have the Circus Boilermaker — a shot of vanilla ..."
3. Works of S. Weir Mitchell by Silas Weir Mitchell (1900)
"The locality did not look like pay, but it is hard to say in this quarter, because sometimes you found a well-to-do "brandy-snifter" (local for ..."