Proper receptacle

(Bot.) a receptacle which supports only a single flower or fructification.

See also: Proper

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A single assembly may be a proper receptacle of those slender, or rather fettered, authorities, which have been heretofore delegated to the federal head; but it would be inconsistent with all the principles of good government, to intrust it with those additional powers which, even the moderate and more rational adversaries of the proposed Constitution admit, ought to reside in the United States.
Don't Trash It" also ran between innings to encourage everyone to not litter and to put trash in its proper receptacle.
I can see it now, neat little signs at bus stops and in parks: "Please Watch Yourself (not the women around you)," "Put Your Trashy Behaviour in the Proper Receptacle.
The plug melts and empties the metal or slag through a spout into a proper receptacle.
He added: "If people use a candle they should put it in a proper receptacle at all times.
Likely they're the same folks who throw aluminum cans, glass bottles and balls of used fishing line in the water, rather than making the effort to put trash in the proper receptacles back at the marina or boat ramp.
We advise that cigarettes are never left unattended and are extinguished in the proper receptacles such as ashtrays.
Provide/use proper receptacles for smoking materials; one suggestion would be using metal cans with sand;
I use the term "litter" because the words "trash," "garbage" or "waste" would imply the items I collected had been placed in their proper receptacles.
Conscientious people are doing their civic duty and depositing material in the proper receptacles.
They were not in the proper receptacles and the little foil containers heated up and were left on top of the TV.
Mrs Lawless' counsel argued the hospital should have provided information and training as well as providing proper receptacles for the disposal of all syringe needles.
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