kettle[ ket-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF kettle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KETTLE
Then strain the liquor through a sieve, and put it into a kettle or stew-pan.
Skim them well, and keep the kettle covered when you are not skimming.
Cover the jar, and set it up to the neck in a kettle of boiling water.
Cover the bottom of a large boiler or kettle with saw-dust or straw.
If the pot wants replenishing, do it with boiling water from a kettle.
There was a kettle on the hob, as there had been night and day for fifteen years.
If I'd got a few handy, I should have the kettle boiling all the sooner.'
After they had had their smoke, passing the pipes from mouth to mouth, I brought forth our kettle.
The rising tide was almost on us when they returned with a kettle full of hot tea.
Stanton took charge of the kettle and dished out the rations that night.