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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]
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I now only drink three or four cups a day with three spoonfuls in each.
The launch of Spoonfuls of Spice includes a spice dessert contest.
Carefully remove the greaseproof paper and decorate the souffle with the reserved strawberries and some spoonfuls of whipped cream.
To a pound of quark I add 11 to 14 spoonfuls of flax oil.
Spoonfuls Of Germany: Culinary Delights Of The German Regions In 170 Recipes, showcases the breadth and diversity of German cooking from the shores of the North and Baltic Seas to the Alps.
Commerce Feeds Creativity again made use of a distorted allegorical vocabulary, depicting a naked, rope-bound female muse (aka Creativity) being force-fed drooling spoonfuls of soup by a jeering green creep (aka Commerce).
Tea ladies from the University of Birmingham's science departments will show they have spoonfuls of energy when they take part in a fun run for Acorns Children's Hospice tomorrow.
The son explains that the resident must be fed with small spoonfuls and small amounts of liquid at a time.
Unlike canned soup, which has mostly broth with soft vegetable pieces, Hearty Spoonfuls is packed full of fresh tasting vegetables and other high quality ingredients in a perfectly seasoned broth.
Built through independent elements working together, Hearty Spoonfuls proves a prime example of team product development.