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spoon

(spūn),
An instrument with a handle and a small bowl- or cup-shaped extremity.
[A.S. spōn, chip]

spoon

Drug slang
noun
(1) A regional term for 1/16 oz of heroin.
(2) Paraphernalia used to prepare heroin for injection.
 
Sexology
verb To cuddle with a sexual partner in a manner fancifully likened to nested spoons, in which both lay on their side facing the same direction.

spoon

(spūn)
An instrument with a handle and a small bowl- or cup-shaped extremity.
[A.S. spōn, chip]

spoon,

n an instrument with a round or ovoid working end; designed to be used for scraping or scooping.
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Basic serving spoons are the most important pieces, he said, but noted a resurgence in the cake server.
Participants who got the bigger serving spoons served themselves more ice cream than those who got the smaller spoons, but the difference was not statistically significant.
But the new Mrs Ede came up with a list of complaints which included p The food for the lunchtime buffet was 30 minutes late p There was no wine on the tables - so the guests had to fetch their own across the room p There was no cutlery or serving spoons.
Josh Short, the restaurant's pastry chef, serves the three rich puddings with house-made shortbread cookies that act both as palate cleansers and serving spoons.
Don't forget serving spoons for the cherries and nuts, and an ice cream scoop (or two) for the ice cream.
Giant serving spoons arrive with each mountain of pasta and with such dishes as chicken cacciatore ($19.
One apple or a small bowl of strawberries counts as one portion as does a glass of juice or two serving spoons of frozen peas.
Serving spoons and heirloom bowls assume their yearly posts.
To serve: On plate, place five serving spoons side-by-side.
In the Victorian period manyearlier, plainer serving spoons were converted into berry spoons by adding embossed fruit to the bowl - a practice which can devalue the spoon to a collector.
SPORTS stars swopped skates and sticks for serving spoons to become school dinner helpers.