a vessel, usually an ornamental glass bottle, for holding and serving wine, brandy, or the like.
a bottle used for decanting.

1705–15; decant + -er1 Unabridged
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decanter (dɪˈkæntə)
a stoppered bottle, usually of glass, into which a drink, such as wine, is poured for serving

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Word Origin & History

vessel for decanting liquors, 1715, from decant.
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Example sentences
For optimal effect, a wide-bottomed decanter that gives maximum air exposure to
  the wine should be utilized.
Louis runs a half-marathon on the treadmill, then vomits into my decanter.
Pour whatever wine you want to serve into a pretty decanter or jug.
Decanter centrifuge separates tank bottoms sludge into oil, clean water, and
  landfill-ready solids.
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