Definition of Enamelware

1. Noun. Cooking utensil of enameled iron.

Specialized synonyms: Cloisonne, Graniteware
Generic synonyms: Cooking Utensil, Cookware



Definition of Enamelware

1. Noun. Articles coated with decorative enamel ¹

2. Noun. Cooking utensils that have a corrosion resistant layer of enamel fused to the surface ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Enamelware

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enamelware

enamelers
enamelin
enameling
enamelist
enamelists
enamelled
enameller
enamellers
enamelling
enameloblast
enamelogenesis
enamelogenesis imperfecta
enameloma
enamels
enamelum
enamelware (current term)
enamelwares
enamelwork
enamelysin
enamide
enamides
enamine
enamines
enaminic
enaminone
enaminones
enamor
enamor'd
enamored
enamoredness

Literary usage of Enamelware

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1. A Manual of Home-making by Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, Helen Canon (1919)
"Granite and enamelware are made by coating sheet iron or steel utensils with ... Wash enamelware in hot soapsuds. Clean any scams with a wooden toothpick or ..."

2. Elementary Household Chemistry: An Introductory Textbook for Students of by John Ferguson Snell (1914)
"enamelware is now very commonly used in the kitchen. ... enamelware is particularly satisfactory for culinary vessels, as it resists the action of the acids ..."

3. Handbook for Rangers & Woodsmen by Jay Laird Burgess Taylor (1916)
"Costs given are for enamelware. For Temporary Camp. ... Other vessels of the kit should be granite or enamelware; knives and forks should have iron handles ..."

4. Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics by Herbert Swift Carter, Paul Edward Howe, Howard Harris Mason (1921)
"Measure—The best is an enamelware vessel marked on the inside in ounces and large ... A small enamelware funnel. A tablespoon. Non-absorbent cotton. Milk. ..."

5. Details of Military Medical Administration by Joseph Herbert Ford (1918)
"Basins, hand, enamelware. (Number) Bedpans bos of (Par. 906). (Number) Blankets, rubber. (Number) Boies, folding for tablets. (Gross). ..."

6. The Call of the Surf by Van Campen Heilner, Frank Stick (1920)
"On the treacherous Florida reefs I learned from experience that enamelware dishes and plates were the only satisfactory kind for my use. ..."

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