soupspoon


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soup·spoon

 (so͞op′spo͞on′)
n.
A spoon somewhat larger than a teaspoon, used for eating soup.

soupspoon

(ˈsuːpˌspuːn)
n
a round spoon for eating soup

soup•spoon

(ˈsupˌspun)

n.
a large spoon, commonly having a rounded bowl, with which to eat soup.
[1695–1705]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soupspoon - a spoon with a rounded bowl for eating soupsoupspoon - a spoon with a rounded bowl for eating soup
spoon - a piece of cutlery with a shallow bowl-shaped container and a handle; used to stir or serve or take up food
Translations
cuiller à soupecuillère à soupe
cucchiaio da minestra
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EoACA[yen] I placed my soupspoon down carefully, for as you may imagine, he had secured my full attention at that particular moment.
Drop with a soupspoon onto an oiled griddle; cook until well browned, then flip and cook the other side.
of Easy Rawlins, his detective protagonist, but in the New York of Soupspoon Wise, an old bluesman who drags his weak, cancerous body through Alphabet City and the Lower East Side.
His dead eye could see "into hell" (131); "Satan wasn't after [Soupspoon]," but after RL, who gave way to "evil moods" (133); blues are the devil's music and "RL was Satan's favorite son" (140); Robert Johnson "evoked the devil," and in a sudden apparition to Soupspoon, he "cracked an evil smile" (167).
Add a soupspoon of honey and a dash of vinegar and cook for another 10 minutes.
To make the gravy, simmer a soupspoon of honey in a pan with a glass of vinegar, two tablespoons of olive oil, a pinch of garum and two glasses of white wine.
s Dream,'' the haunting story of Soupspoon Wise, an old Delta blues man obsessed by memories of the legendary Robert Johnson.
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The NFL's "chunkiest" players were weighed on a giant soupspoon scale, and ten times their weight was donated in Chunky Soup to local food banks.
For a standard American-style pie dish, scoop eight heaping soupspoons full of flour into a mixing bowl.
As you mix, add the egg yolks one by one, then add the two soupspoons of cream, remembering to mix lightly until it is bound together.