enamelware

[ ih-nam-uh l-wair ]SEE DEFINITION OF enamelware

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We don't sell seconds in enamelware, Mr. Purkes, so your enamelware is useless to us.

I told him yes, and added that we had a fine display of enamelware in its place.

If desired, enamelware pans may be used, but this material chips easily and consequently is not very satisfactory.

This may be made of copper or aluminum or of any of the various types of enamelware that are used for cooking utensils.

A pan that has become rough from usage or an enamelware pan that is chipped should not be used for the boiling of candy.

Coffee pots made of enamelware are the next highest in price.

On a spread of figured blue cloth stood a bottle of lime juice, a sparklets, and an enamelware bowl containing flowers.

Old Purkes went white to the gills and assured me hastily that he would get the enamelware out of town as quickly as possible.

Three days after Purkes offered his enamelware I had a window full of—what do you think?

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