Sentence for madeira | Use madeira in a sentence

Madeira example sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use madeira in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for madeira.

  • Mr. Ventnor reached for the Madeira. (8)
  • I remember he used to drink Madeira; but ask your Aunt Ann. (8)
  • Stanton takes wine, madeira and claret, and other small necessaries. (10)
  • The Monarchy and old Madeira are going out; Demos and Cape wines are coming in. (10)
  • Shelton had expected a more lofty reason; he applied himself to the Madeira in his glass. (8)
  • Would three bottles of Perrier Jouet do the trick, or must he add one of the old Madeira? (8)
  • A second Welsh gentleman gave his assurances that his friend had not said it was Madeira. (10)
  • William Eden had his hobby, especially when a chance to tell it over his Madeira offered. (18)
  • The only aristocratic trait they could find in his character was a habit of drinking Madeira. (8)
  • He changed the pint of Madeira from his left side to his right, and went under his handkerchief again, feverishly. (10)
  • That fatally aristocratic tendency of the first Forsyte to drink Madeira had left his descendants undoubtedly accessible. (8)
  • For lunch we had chops, wood-pigeons, mushrooms, and mulberry preserve, and drank wonderful Madeira out of common wine-glasses. (8)
  • This, thought I, is all excellent; and however the adventure ends, this is certainly pleasant, and I never tasted better Madeira. (6)
  • But Lord Brailstone accused them of the worse unkindness to a venerable Old Brown Sherry, in attributing a Madeira flavour to it. (10)
  • To Bob Pillin, glowing with passion and Madeira, the idea of bankruptcy seemed discreditable in connection with a relative of Phyllis. (8)
  • Then another Welsh gentleman briskly and emphatically stated his opinion, that the attribution of Madeira flavour to it was a compliment. (10)
  • Besides the Commander and the two Commissioners, the room contained a large round table and a sideboard well supplied with Madeira and claret. (18)
  • Chumley Potts offered generally to bet that he would distinguish blindfold at a single sip any Madeira from any first-class Sherry, Old Brown or Pale. (10)
  • The other three remained in the council chamber, to see that King George, the aristocracy and British sordidness, were well remembered with innumerable glasses of Madeira. (18)

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Definition of madeira:

  • madeira, ma-d’ra, n. a rich wine of the sherry class produced in madeira_.(0)

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