Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pot in which soup-stock is prepared and kept ready for use.
“ By the time everyone else was awake, Dad had brewed up a stock-pot full of coffee on the grill.”
“The classicist is long gone, despite my obedient kitchen servitude and the stock-pot I bought her for Valentine's Day (which she took with her).”
“I laughed as I watched them shrink from a pile of leaves spilling out of the top of my largest stock-pot to about three inches of greens.”
“He had had a wonderful meal, too, it was the remains of Mrs Penruthlan's big stock-pot, and was very tasty indeed.”
“Those contain higher fragrant properties; so by putting the remains of roast meats in the stock-pot you obtain a better flavor.”
“When neatly cut off they leave the saddle in a better shape, and the ribs can be put into your stock-pot to boil for soup.”
“_Helping Hands_, and, as for all the rest of the characters, well, they can be found in the common stock-pot of the melodramatic authors of the last half-century, for, like SHAKSPEARE himself, these wicked lawyers and gamblers -- the aiders and a-betters -- are "not for an age”
“Indeed, the 'Vetpot' plays as great a part in a poor man's house as the 'stock-pot' does in an”
“Yes, family life is very often calm and commonplace, the stock-pot that figures on its escutcheon has not been put there without reason, I admit.”
“With that he stepped ashore and hurried to the rendezvous, where he knew the officers, and within the hour the gang added Onions to the impress stock-pot.”
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