Thesaurus / spoonful

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Shorty stopped a spoonful of soup halfway to his mouth, as if he were waiting to have a still picture of himself taken.

Steve YeagerWilliam MacLeod Raine

Then put in the lemon peel, and the flour (dried), and a teaspoonful of saleratus dissolved in a spoonful of hot water.

The Young Housekeeper's FriendMrs. (Mary Hooker) Cornelius

Then mix half a cupful of water and a spoonful of flour, and pour slowly into the boiling asparagus.

In the center, pour a spoonful or two of cream salad dressing, boiled salad dressing, or any other dressing that may be desired.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

In the performing of this test, a spoonful of the jelly is dipped from the pan and then poured from the spoon into the pan again.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

A spoonful of rich wine jelly, laid upon any sort of fresh fruit, to my thinking, makes it much better.

Wilson managed to pour a spoonful of brandy down his throat and to rebandage the wound which had begun to bleed again.

The Web of the Golden SpiderFrederick Orin Bartlett

When thoroughly mixed, put in a spoonful of good yeast, a little salt, and warm milk and water sufficient to work into dough.

Ralph took a spoonful or two of the broth, and a sip of the spirits, and then lay back and presently dozed off to sleep.

One of the 28thG. A. Henty

These two days I been pourin' out a spoonful of her medicine every two hours—time she ought to take it—and a-throwin' it away.

Honey-SweetEdna Turpin

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