butter knife


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Noun1.butter knife - a small knife with a dull bladebutter knife - a small knife with a dull blade; for cutting or spreading butter
table knife - a knife used for eating at dining table
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butter knife

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Does that mean four people to a butter knife? That doesn't seem right.
I have made many loaves of bread over the years and have found that a non-serrated butter knife is the best implement to bring a dough together, as it doesn't stick awkwardly to any edges.
If you want to spread butter straight from the fridge, you could this heated butter knife, remember to plug to charge it up, be as confused about how to clean it without electrocuting yourself as I am.
He had a fork and butter knife and said he also had a kitchen knife."
When challenged by DS Hughes he was in a blind panic and pulled out what he described as a butter knife. What was in his mind was to get away to self-harm.
You'll know the pie is done when you insert a piece of raw spaghetti or a butter knife into the center of the pie and it comes out clean.
Not only did Scotland win a game the other night in a rampant, flamboyant and thoroughly convincing fashion but by breakfast time this morning - unless some klutz drops a butter knife on their bare foot in the queue for the buffet - Alex McLeish will have made it four whole days without a single call-off.
Just like the butter knife in a bus, the piece of cutlery had skewered a car parked in one of the taxi spaces outside of the church.
The butter knife: This is a quintessential, non-serrated table knife with a round point designed to apply butter on bread without tearing through it.
Evenly spread a thick layer of the potato mix using a butter knife. Add a layer of sliced vegetables.