Did you perhaps mean canister?
- n. common misspelling of canister.
- n. metal container for storing dry foods such as tea or flour
“We knew it was the army which left the cannister but we had never seen anything like this.”
“You might want to activate one of the most helpful features you can have on the “Slide to Unlock” screen: an actual percentage indicator for your battery, rather than a somewhat relative cannister filled with green power.”
“If we look into the future, the cannister gets bigger, the taps become more numerous, the product gets more generic, maybe nameless, and the producers who make it get larger – as badly needed profits that small wineries survive on get eaten up by more efficient large-scale operations.”
“Need to practice getting a gun and cannister unholstered, though animals can be so unbelievably quick.”
“Another option for 'take along' tinder is the lint collected from the dryer after a load of towels BUT it should be kept bone dry in a 35mm film cannister.”
“As of yet, not one tear gas cannister has been fired.”
“Don't keep your powder in a flask or a horn, put the excess back in it's cannister when you put everything away.”
“Del I probably will never open the like new pound can but the big cannister has been open for many years.”
“And the huge compound instantly went up in flames when the cannister fell in a tiny muddy corner.”
“Cause let's face it, killer feather pillows aren't any dumber than killer cannister vacs that can't climb stairs.”
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-with apologies to James Thurber.
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