- n. Plural form of utensil.
“Removing his utensils from the stove, so as to give the newcomers a chance to cook, he proceeded to take his meal from the top of his grub-box, himself sitting on his bed-roll.”
“To till the soil and labor interminably with rude implements and utensils is all he asks of life and of the powers that be.”
“BOR telling us that he was surprised that African Americans used eating utensils is racist.”
“Anything bite sized that doesn't require utensils is categorized as a finger food in my book.”
“One mother who was picnicking with her family using durable plates and utensils is quoted as saying,”
“After all, the ability to eat sans-utensils is why it was created!”
“You see, it's all about specialization in Japanese utensils - a cup to measure rice and only rice, a beater to make tea and only tea...”
“I made my bed and dusted my cell, but was not allowed to wash the floor or clean the tin utensils because of my "heart disease.”
“Formerly the whole space of the large square used to be covered with the booths and stalls of the vendors of flowers, fruit, boxes, toys, tin utensils, and many other necessary domestic articles.”
“The whole expense of the process of melting and purification including labor, charcoal, lead, bone ashes and utensils is defrayed by the dross which becomes the perquisite of the contractor and of which one suwar khanee equal in weight to Company Rupees 3.840 produces 3½ Company Rupees weight of pure silver and 252 ditto of copper and lead mixed in the proportion of five parts of the former to two of the latter the purity of silver received by the contractors is tested by melting a stated portion on a bed of bone ashes in a charcoal fire with lead and it is rejected whenever the loss in the process exceeds a given quantity.”
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