A small utensil with a round bowl, for dishing up ice cream, mashed potatoes, etc.
An ornamental, usually metal, cup with a stem and base, given as a prize
(Sports, archaic) A wooden-headed golf club with moderate loft, similar to the modern three wood.
A large, bowl-shaped depression in the surface of the land or ocean floor.
The amount that a pail can hold.
(Informal, chiefly plural) A large amount of liquid.
The pivoting U-shaped part of a fishing reel that guides the line onto the spool during rewinding.
A natural or artificial basin used to obtain salt by evaporating brine.
Any of various containers usually or traditionally cylindrical, made of metal, and with a separate cover
The amount that a shovel can hold; a shovelful:
An instrument of greatly varying size with a handle at one end and two or more pointed prongs at the other: forks are variously used as eating utensils and for pitching hay, breaking up soil, etc.
Such a container and its contents:
(Archaic) A large drinking vessel
Glass is defined as a hard substance made by heating and then quickly cooling sicilates with soda or potash or lime, or something made of this substance.
The amount that such a cup can hold.
A container for liquids, usually large and deep with a small opening at the top and a handle
Any of a family (Libellulidae) of large dragonflies that hover low over ponds, ditches, etc.
The dried and hollowed-out shell of one of these fruits, often used as a container or as a decorative object.
A smoking pipe with a curved stem and a large bowl made from the shell of a gourd.
Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
An iron frame, with a fine net attached, used in collecting animals living at the bottom of the sea.
A tool with a thin, flat, rectangular blade, used for smoothing plaster
A receptacle, such as a carton, can, or jar, in which material is held or carried.
Metal eating and serving utensils.
A small North American duck (Bucephala albeola), black on top and white underneath
small North American diving duck; males have bushy head plumage
(Place, proper) A dipper-shaped group of stars in the constellation Ursa Major
Plough is another word for plow, which is a farm tool with heavy blades that cuts through the soil.
a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
A large open farm wagon.
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