- n. Plural form of kettle.
“It looks as though both pots are calling the kettles black here.”
“Two-thirds of people boiled surplus water in kettles, and 65 per cent left mobile phone and other chargers needlessly plugged in to the mains.”
“All the morning Jack had paddled bow, and worked like a nailer, so the other two lifted the canoe to their shoulders, scrambling up the steep, rocky shores, and leaving Jack to bear the lighter burdens of blankets, tin kettles and one gold-sack.”
“Harper and prorogation: Pots should proceed with caution before they call the kettles black”
“Which means that today, I am shopping for a new tea kettle, because tea kettles are a moral imperative.”
“I wonder how many pots here are calling the kettles black?”
“Pots calling kettles black immediately comes to mind!”
“Which is true for direct-fire kettles, which is why they are so cool.”
“You have yet to make a valid argument about prop 13, so lets not call kettles black, eh?”
“See what bzzzzgrrrl has been blogging about: Pot calling the kettles”
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