Definition of Cruet-stand
1. Noun. A stand for cruets containing various condiments.
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Literary usage of Cruet-stand
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sketches of Bermuda, Or Somers' Islands by Richard Cotter, T. Y. Cotter (1828)
"... and at the opposite side of the harbour is a house which they have christened the cruet-stand, from its similitude in shape, or rather shapelessness, ..."
2. The Electro-plating and Electro-refining of Metals by Alexander Watt (1902)
"Fig 94- After scouring and rinsing, the parts of the cruet stand or liqueur stand are ... The flat base of the cruet stand should be suspended by two wires, ..."
3. Electro-deposition by Alexander Watt (1887)
"94- After scouring and rinsing, the parts of the cruet stand or liqueur ... The flat base of the cruet stand should be suspended by two wires, ..."
4. Central Criminal Court. Minutes of Evidence by Great Britain Central Criminal Court, Henry Buckler (1836)
"in tie cupboard, in the pantry—the cruet-stand remained in the cup- ь ит master—it was on the cruet-stand the night before when I went to ':->~m—lam sure it ..."
5. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1850)
"You know this is all done in honour of yourself, and feel you are called upon to do something to deserve it. A silver cruet-stand is being eagerly disputed ..."