spork


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spork

 (spôrk)
n.
An eating utensil having a spoonlike bowl and tines.

[Blend of spoon and fork.]

spork

(spɔːk)
n
(Tools) trademark a utensil used for eating, combining a spoon and a fork
[C20: blend of spoon and fork]
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Noun1.spork - trademark for a plastic eating utensil that has both tines and a bowl like a spoonSpork - trademark for a plastic eating utensil that has both tines and a bowl like a spoon
eating utensil, cutlery - tableware implements for cutting and eating food
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This man had also swallowed eating utensils in the past and is currently allowed to have paper-based utensils, but is working toward being allowed to eat with a spork.
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Each dessert is individually packaged, requires only 45 seconds of microwaving and includes a flavor packet and spork.
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