Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bottle fitted with a rubber tip, or a tube and nipple, from which an infant draws milk by sucking.
“She had to get a baby's nursing-bottle to raise the lamb with, and it is just too funny to see her feed it.”
“He is fed by means of a nursing-bottle made of a yard of rubber hose and a large funnel.”
“I've been surprised that the man who is father of so many children has not invented a better nursing-bottle or colic exterminator.”
“And there were some who should have been at home pulling on a nursing-bottle or attending a kindergarten.”
“Having long since given up the hope of any active assistance from his audience, he doggedly set to work to fashion a nursing-bottle.”
“He told himself that he needed a trip through the Holy Land with a guardian and a nursing-bottle; then he paused on the curb and stamped on his corn for”
“Weaning is rendered easier by selecting a nursing-bottle which has the nipple in the shape of the breast.”
“Josiah, then a very small baby badger, was heaved on board the Presidential train out in Kansas last year, by a little girl who shouted his name after the train, and was brought up on a nursing-bottle till he cut his teeth.”
“Then he wanted to know what was in Souris 'pack, whether I carried condensed milk for my nursing-bottle.”
“Well, sir, not to tire you, I made a nursing-bottle for the baby and fed it.”
‘nursing-bottle’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for nursing-bottle.