American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A shallow, long-handled pan used for frying food. Also called skillet; also called regionally fry pan, spider.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shallow pan, commonly of iron, with a long handle, used for frying meat and vegetables.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. an iron pan with a long handle, used for frying meat, vegetables, etc.
- n. a pan used for frying foods
- frying + pan (Wiktionary)
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“After her return, after that heart-sinking moment of coming back to the greasy frying pan and the littered table, there was cleaning.”
“Having jumped from one frying pan into the next, the Chatmans understandably feel it might do little good to move elsewhere in Buffalo.”
“Then the huge blackamoor approached the frying pan and upset it with the branch and went forth by the way he came in.”
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