coffee spoon


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cof′fee spoon`


n.
a small spoon used with demitasse cups.
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coffee spoon

ncucchiaino da caffè
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"THE SUN IS MIRRORED even in a coffee spoon," declared Siegfried Giedion, the great historian of technology and champion of modernism.
I even have a coffee spoon with which the Prince of Wales stirred his coffee at a banquet in 1926 in Halifax when my grandfather catered.
But, he said he was given only three spoons of porridge ''and the spoon was as small as coffee spoon.''
No sinister footstep, stirring coffee spoon, speeding car or any other incidental noise is allowed to go unnoticed.
For larger packages, there may be a market for measuring devices or tiny scales inside of packages--the way that Chock Full o'-Nuts used to include a plastic coffee spoon in every can (I miss them still).
It is a delicate metal coffee spoon sporting a hole in its bowl.
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Alfred J Prufrock, in T.S.Eliot's poem, measured out his life in coffee spoons, I guess I have measured out mine in Shakespeare plays.
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"I have measured out my life with coffee spoons." 6 T.S.