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spoon

(spūn),
An instrument with a handle and a small bowl- or cup-shaped extremity.
[A.S. spōn, chip]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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.
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spoon

(spūn)
An instrument with a handle and a small bowl- or cup-shaped extremity.
[A.S. spōn, chip]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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'We meet people all year round and a comment that comes up is that they tell us they have a spoonful a day and they never feel ill.'
"It makes you happy and what better way to celebrate the winter solstice than with a spoonful of ice cream to add a bit of sunshine."
After one spoonful, the palate detects the deliciously creamy and subtly flavoured lemon yoghurt through which the slightly sweet and textured dessert bits starts to shine.
He said: "The increase is a spoonful of sugar to make the bad medicine go down for pensioners.
SERVING: Katie of Belle Vale primary school Pictures: TONY KENWRIGHT; SPOONFUL: Matthew, Chelsea and Amy
He said: 'I always take a spoonful of honey before a match to give me stamina.'
FOLLOWING on from your reply to Sarah Housley (Spoonful Of Sugar, July 19) regarding advice about getting a book published.
But remember there's only one way a spoonful of the granulated stuff helps the medicine go.
INGREDIENTS: 2oz margarine, 2ozsugar,one reconstituted egg, 1 / tsp vanilla essence, 6oz raisingflour,1 tbs cocoa, 1 / tsp baking powder, a little milk, spoonful of jam.
Take a spoonful of Bournemouth at 8-15 to beat Northampton, and sprinkle it with Watford at 1-2 to beat Tranmere, Forest at 4-7 to beat Gillingham, Arsenal at 10-11 to win at Derby, and Torquay at 10-11 to beat York.
Whizz up 125g of fresh raspberries with the juice of two passion fruit and 1tsp icing sugar, sieve and pop a spoonful on each plate.
Mary: SHE can console the most scared child with ditties like A Spoonful of Sugar (Makes the Medicine Go Down).