As far back as knowledge goes, the loving-cup has always been drunk at English banquets.
At the Temple the custom of the loving-cup is strictly observed.
Ever since the college has observed that day, and yearly the members pledge each other in a loving-cup, Jus suum cuique.
There was about him no suggestion that he meant to make a loving-cup of it.
And think of that loving-cup sitting up, with Won by Camp Karonya, on it!
Even at the present day, the loving-cup and decanters are handed to the right around the social board.
He looked at that loving-cup with some pricking of conscience; he had to confess that such a gift was capable of misconstruction.
He had been too long without it, too long to endure the craving aroused by that gay draught from Quarrier's loving-cup.
Tell me rather what didst mean by the loving-cup thou sendst me?
The bride-cup was the bowl or loving-cup in which the bridegroom pledged the bride, and she him.