from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A pot for brewing or serving coffee.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of coffee pot.


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  • Then she turned away, without speaking, and sat down behind the tin coffeepot, which emitted a fragrant steam.

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  • The only thing in the coffeepot was the overcooked, burnt residue of the morning’s brew—no one had time to make a fresh pot and a thick skin of dead coffee lined the bottom of the carafe.

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  • Joe gets up at 6 a.m. and fills his coffeepot with water to prepare his morning coffee.

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  • You like the wine and the chatter about fixing the coffeepot when it breaks.

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  • She looked at him like the dog was an empty thing, a leaking coffeepot, while my father monitored him, like the vet told us, see it through until the end of the seizure and take notes.

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  • She danced around the kitchen all morning, hummed along with the gurgling coffeepot, told me how nice it would be to date a psychiatrist since a psychiatrist would already know what she needed.

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  • She took her coffeepot and circulated among the booths.

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  • Clearly rattled, Pete nodded, grabbed the coffeepot, and slunk out of the kitchen.

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  • Our coffeepot held a light orange liquid, and every one of our mugs and glasses was full; it looked as if Michael was trying to isolate all the colors of a rainbow.

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  • On the way back we stop in Muharraq and meet Yasser Yousif Al-Ansari, the last Arabic coffeepot maker, so he says.

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  • "The passenger department will make proper collections", in the jargon of railway telegraphers. --US Railway Association, Standard Cipher Code, 1906.

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