sugar tongs


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مِلْقَط السُّكَّر
kleštičky na cukr
sukkertang
cukorfogó
sykurtöng
klieštiky n cukor
şeker maşası

sugar tongs

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sugar

(ˈʃugə) noun
the sweet substance that is obtained from sugar-cane, or from the juice of certain other plants, and used in cooking and for sweetening tea, coffee etc. Do you take sugar in your coffee?
verb
to sweeten, cover or sprinkle with sugar.
ˈsugary adjective
1. tasting of sugar, or containing a lot of sugar. sugary foods.
2. too sweet or sentimental. a sugary story.
ˈsugariness noun
ˈsugar-cane noun
a type of tall grass from whose juice sugar is obtained.
ˌsugar-ˈcoated adjective
covered with icing. sugar-coated biscuits.
ˈsugar-free adjective
not containing sugar.
sugar lump
a small cube of sugar used for sweetening tea etc.
sugar tongs
an instrument for lifting sugar lumps. a pair of sugar tongs.
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They will be selling handcrafted jewellery made from antique hallmarked silver spoons and sugar tongs, handmade oilcloth bags, porcelain interior accessories, buttons, handmade recycled and vintage jewellery, handmade candles, sewn home accessories, beautiful metal wire jewellery and handcrafted felt items.
He's like an Agatha Christie mystery, minus the funny little Belgian bloke with the moustache, and when you already know who murdered the vicar by bonking him on the head with the antique sugar tongs.
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Joseph Logan, 22, stealing clothes, tools and sugar tongs the property of Alexander Catherwood.
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I have often thought that the silver sugar tongs and sugar nips have been well under priced for the last 25years or so.