Definition of flask:

part of speech: noun

Narrow- necked vessel; bottle.

part of speech: noun

A kind of bottle, as a flask of wine or oil; specifically, ( a), a narrow necked globular glass bottle; as, a Florence flask; ( b) a metal or other pocket dram- bottle; as, a pocket flask; ( c) a vessel, generally of metal or horn, for containing gunpowder. carried by sportsmen, usually furnished with a measure of the charge at the top; ( d) a vessel for containing mercury; a flask of mercury from California is about 75 lbs.; a shallow frame of wood or iron, used in foundries to contain the sand employed in moulding.

part of speech: noun

A small bottle; a vessel, usually metal or leather, for holding powder, shot, liquor, etc.

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