spoon

Part of speech: verb

To dip out with a spoon.

Part of speech: noun

A utensil having a shallow bowl and a handle, used in serving or eating food.

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Usage examples "spoon":

  1. He waved his hand to indicate it was nothing which they would know anything about, resumed his seat, served himself to a second spoon of salmon and remarked, " More roast duck, anybody?" - "Miss Lulu Bett", Zona Gale.
  2. Oh, where's my spoon? - "Melbourne House", Elizabeth Wetherell.
  3. In eating soup, remember always to take it from the side of the spoon, and to make no sound in doing so. - "Routledge's Manual of Etiquette", George Routledge.