Fruit jar

Fruit jar

A glass jar used for canning food, regardless of what kind of food was actually canned. Fruit jars were mostly pint, quart, and half-gallon sized.
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fruit jar

nEinmachglas nt, → Einweckglas nt
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Daddy had left for the fields with a fruit jar full of water.
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