Definition of Teakettle

1. Noun. Kettle for boiling water to make tea.

Generic synonyms: Boiler, Kettle



Definition of Teakettle

1. n. A kettle in which water is boiled for making tea, coffee, etc.

Definition of Teakettle

1. Noun. (American English) A vessel for boiling water for tea. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Teakettle

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teakettle

tead
teade
teades
teads
teaed
teagle
teagled
teagles
teagling
teahead
teaheads
teahouse
teahouses
teaing
teak
teakettle (current term)
teakettler
teakettles
teaks
teakwood
teakwoods
teal
tealeaf
tealess
tealight
tealights
tealike
teallite
teals
team

Literary usage of Teakettle

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1. Public School Methods (1921)
"A teakettle AND SPIRIT LAMP. A teakettle has an intimate association for ... teakettle AND SPIRIT LAMP 9. BOXES. A few strong pasteboard boxes will be found ..."

2. The New Century First [-- ] Reader by Florence E. La Victoire, Hannah Avis Perdue (1899)
"From the ceiling hung a chain to hold the teakettle. One night the old man filled the kettle and waited for the water to boil. He went to get the tea-caddy. ..."

3. The Progressive Course in Reading by George I. Aldrich, Alexander Forbes (1900)
"THE teakettle AND THE CRICKET. FROM "THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH," BY CHARLES DICKENS. When the parents and grandparents of the children who will use this ..."

4. The Progressive Course in Reading by George I. Aldrich, Alexander Forbes (1900)
"THE teakettle AND THE CRICKET. FEOM "THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH," BY CHARLES DICKENS. When the parents and grandparents of the children who will use this ..."

5. Harper's First [ -sixth] Reader edited by Orville T. Bright, James Baldwin (1888)
"... the work of ten thousand of those babies, and never feel it—if they would only give us a chance ?" NEW WORDS. LESSON LV. WHAT WAS IN THE teakettle. II. ..."

6. Harper's Fourth Reader: In Two Parts by James Baldwin (1888)
"... the work of ten thousand of those babies, and never feel it—if they would only give us a chance ?" NEW WORDS. LESSON LV. WHAT WAS IN THE teakettle. II. ..."

7. The New Century Second Reader by Hannah Avis Perdue, Florence E. La Victoire (1899)
"STORY OF A teakettle. Once upon a time, it is said, there lived in Japan a good old man. ... From the ceiling hung a chain to hold the teakettle. ..."

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