from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of chopstick. This word most often occurs in the plural.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a pair of slender sticks made of wood, ivory, plastic, etc., used chiefly by the Chinese and Japanese to lift food into the mouth while dining; -- also commonly used around the world by persons of Oriental heritage or in restaurants serving oriental food.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Small sticks of wood or ivory resembling lead pencils, but generally longer and slightly tapering, used by the Chinese, Japanese, and Coreans in eating, instead of knives and forks.
- singular In deep-sea fishing-tackle, a cross-stick, fastened to the line above the sinker, from which the short lines bearing the hooks are hung.
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Serving as a middleman between the steamers and the chopsticks is a basic cushion.
An adept hand with a pair of chopsticks is amazingly useful when removing a bit of random detritus from the garbage disposal.
In the first scene take chopsticks from the waiter.
Liam - who branded fashion models "chopsticks" - always used touring with his band as an opportunity to indulge in his love of shopping - unlike his guitarist brother Noel, who recently quit the group.
Never rest your chopsticks horizontally on top of your plate or bowl - The plate forms a circle, which is pronounced "en," which can also mean "relationship," and so symbolically crossing out the "relationship" with your chopsticks is an offense to your dining partner
My chopsticks were the best, silver too, each pair connected by a little chain, so they could never be separated, never lost.
And so now the "chopsticks" are in their hands and I am getting some much needed food and rest in those areas.... and allowing me to spend more time in other needful areas.
My Way News - Man pulls snake from car engine with 'chopsticks': There were a couple of things wrong with Katie Prewitt's Geo Tracker.
After the usual preliminary of "chopsticks," one of them started "Babes in the Woods" and a light tenor carried the words into the den:
Does anybody else hear the word "chopsticks" and think of the movie