teaspoon


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teaspoon

a unit of capacity used in cooking, medicine, etc., equal to about one fluid dram
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Bumble, slowly flourishing the teaspoon with a kind of amorous dignity which made him doubly impressive; 'I would drown it myself, with pleasure.
He opened the closet, counted the teaspoons, weighed the sugar-tongs, closely inspected a silver milk-pot to ascertain that it was of the genuine metal, and, having satisfied his curiosity on these points, put on his cocked hat corner-wise, and danced with much gravity four distinct times round the table.
Algie walked straight out of the house, still holding the teaspoon, and has not returned.
He put his leg into the jam, and he worried the teaspoons, and he pretended that the lemons were rats, and got into the hamper and killed three of them before Harris could land him with the frying-pan.
Her hand rattled the teaspoon brusquely by an involuntary movement.
The Hankses, the Dobsons, the Pilligrews, the Ortons, the Grangers, the Hales, the Fullers, the Holcombs, in fact everybody that lives around about Patsy Cooper's had been robbed of little things like trinkets and teaspoons and suchlike small valuables that are easily carried off.
And especially now, while, with her crested teaspoons and antique china, she was flattering herself with ideas of gentility, she felt an unspeakable disinclination to confront a customer.
Sheets and towels, a little wearing apparel, two old-fashioned silver teaspoons, a pair of sugar-tongs, and a few boots.
7g of sugar per biscuit or less than half a teaspoon Heinz tomato ketchup - 3.
Half a Dr Oetker's Ristorante mozzarella pizza = one teaspoon of sugar
1 teaspoon minced canned chipotle chile in adobo sauce
Toss popcorn with 2 Tablespoons curry powder, 1 teaspoon ground cumin, and 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard.