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pail

[pāl]
(design engineering)
A cylindrical or slightly tapered container.
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But this is a tap which can be programmed so the flow of the water is hot, cold, lukewarm at a normal or moderate flow, from a coffee-cupful to a pailful.
Always in the bait box of youngsters eager to catch a bagful of tiddlers, to the pailful used by matchmen on visits to the Erne system.
Huge amounts of groundbait - at least a pailful - are emptied into `my swim' during the first hour.
I mixed up half a pailful and hurled it all in 20 yards from the tree- lined bankside.
We mixed up half a pailful of our previous mixture and then placed in the secret ingredient - worm extract.
Always in the bait box of youngsters eager to catch a bagful of tiddlers to the pailful used by matchmen on visits to the Erne system.