soup ladle

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Noun1.soup ladle - a ladle for serving soupsoup ladle - a ladle for serving soup    
ladle - a spoon-shaped vessel with a long handle; frequently used to transfer liquids from one container to another
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Already several of the guests were lying down in the dishes, and the soup ladle was walking up the table towards Alice's chair, and beckoning to her impatiently to get out of its way.
A special mention to our home birds with Aileen Cockburn and her soup ladle, Donna Hughes and her light bulb, Mo Eadie with stock cubes, Ailsa Prentice with tile samples and Maryellen McKenzie with a meerkat torch.
He shot me with the hairdryer while his sister used the soup ladle.
Like a multipronged soup ladle, the swollen spikes each pull in some nectar, Harper says.
Stirring the melted butter from the bottom to the top with a soup ladle or small pot with a handle, pour the melted butter carefully into heated jars through a canning jar funnel.
Just when you're getting a bit confused by the labyrinthine plot lines in Silent Witness and overwhelmed by the semi-digested contents of the victim's stomach, along comes the grainy footage of the poor creature being battered to oblivion with a soup ladle by a demented dinner lady.
Some heavies arrive to rough up Terry and Tommy Duckworth over an unpaid debt and Kirsty rubberstamps her Street Psycho application form by whacking Tyrone in the face with a soup ladle.
A soup ladle was produced for the Liverpool and Great Western Steamship Co known as the Guion Line in 1871.
Silversmith Lisa Jane Forrester at her workbench; and, inset, a jam spoon, butter knife and honey twirler that she designed Lisa's elegant soup ladle is also perfect for punch
A large capstan inkwell, London 1938, sold for pounds 105 while a soup ladle, London 1871, made pounds 135.
Stir mixture well, then put half a soup ladle of pancake mixture into the frying pan and swirl around to cover the bottom.