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

  • n. Utensils, such as pots and pans, for use in a kitchen.

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  • n. Instruments and utensils found in a kitchen, particularly those associated with the preparation and serving of food.
  • n. Of or pertaining to utensils and appliances used for food preparation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Implements for use in a kitchen, or for cooking, such as pots, pans, ladles, measuring cups, etc.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. hardware utensils for use in a kitchen


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kitchen +‎ -ware


  • It's really not a complicated piece of kitchenware, that is until someone decides to change the tune of that whistle.


  • The one-left dishwashing rule: leave at least one of every kind of kitchenware clean.

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  • I wish to point out that a wrong perception could have been created by a report in today's Stop Press edition of The Argus, namely that Ministers are being paid R6 340 a month for gardening, domestic services, insurance and other running costs such as kitchenware and crockery.

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  • The MFAH shows off a different kind of kitchenware

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  • The options available for 'kitchenware' are: Small Kitchenware Large Kitchenware As in many Harvest Moon games, a small kitchen only accommodates a limited number of Utensils.

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  • Some 40,000 northerners are employed there, producing goods such as kitchenware, sport shoes, semiconductor parts and watches.

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  • At Dazantes the most spectacular food was, essentially, some kind pf regional take on a beef stew ..... served in the ubiquitous pale-blue-speckled-white kitchenware pot.

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  • Roughly 56 kilometers, or 35 miles, northwest of Seoul, the Kaesong complex employs about 49,000 North Koreans making everything from clothing to kitchenware.

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  • Sure, there were all kinds of legal reasons I could have held on, but even if I was willing to put up with minor annoyances (the place had a shared kitchen, and the landlord, or one of his buddies, kept swiping my kitchenware), it would have made my life hellish -- Z-man has made reference in previous posts to some physical challenges.

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  • Their kitchenware section was overloaded with dented cake trays and cracked coffee cups.

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