pitcher[ pich-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF pitcher
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PITCHER
S' fur 's the pitcher goes, it's about as good 's kin be did with paint, I guess.
And I wish, for all our sakes, that we had the pitcher here now!
But the truth is, there is hardly a drop more milk in the pitcher.
"I kinda fergot it wasn't nothin' but a pitcher," he stammered, apologetically.
She speedily descended to the reservoir of water, and filled her pitcher.
Then having cut the lemons, squeeze out all the juice into a pitcher.
Then put them into a pitcher, and fill it up with boiling water.
Tobe set down the pitcher as gingerly as if it had been a soap-bubble.
Honore rose, and going to the sideboard brought back a pitcher of water.
She wouldn't hesitate throwing a pitcher of water over his head.