pothook


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pothook

a long hook used for lifting hot pots, lids, etc.
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An indescribable character of faded gentility that attached to the house I sought, and made it unlike all the other houses in the street - though they were all built on one monotonous pattern, and looked like the early copies of a blundering boy who was learning to make houses, and had not yet got out of his cramped brick-and-mortar pothooks - reminded me still more of Mr.
Pothook Marrs is the day cook at the Cattleman's Rest, a small cafe in Dallas.
The force is achieved by placing several weights on a pothook.