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noun as in hardware

noun as in tableware

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An esteemed historian of Southern culinary culture, Ferris had all the utensils to do some serious carving on Paula Deen.

All meals are packed (abundantly) into Styrofoam containers and bagged with plastic utensils.

The bar itself is beautiful with gigantic carved wood cabinetry and all sorts of interesting, old-world bar utensils.

In another, he kept his cans of food and a couple of utensils.

With the savings, she bought eating utensils for her family of six.

Tents, cooking utensils, and eating supplies were loaded on two pack horses which Tom was to lead behind his own mount.

You must then wet with bichloride everything the child has touched, and boil all eating utensils.

In the dining-rooms were to be benches, tables, a minimum of necessary table utensils, and if possible gas and an open fireplace.

Our ration at this time consisted of raw corn-meal and sorghum molasses, without salt or any provision of utensils for cooking.

Of the other articles sometimes reckoned as furniture, the tableware and kitchen utensils, some account will be given elsewhere.


On this page you'll find 128 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to utensils, such as: appliance, device, gear, gizmo, machine, and machinery.

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