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Mason jar

or mason jar
n.
A wide-mouthed glass jar with a screw top, used for canning and preserving food.

[After John L. Mason (1832-1902), American inventor.]

mason jar

n
US an airtight glass jar for preserving food
[C20: named after its US inventor, John L. Mason (1832–1902)]

Ma′son jar`


n.
a glass jar with a screw-top used esp. in home canning.
[1880–85, Amer.; after John Latin.Mason, 19th-century American who patented it in 1858]
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Noun1.Mason jar - a glass jar with an air-tight screw topMason jar - a glass jar with an air-tight screw top; used in home canning
jar - a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles
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