Definition of Sauceboat

1. Noun. A dish (often boat-shaped) for serving gravy or sauce.

Exact synonyms: Boat, Gravy Boat, Gravy Holder
Specialized synonyms: Argyle, Argyll
Generic synonyms: Dish



Definition of Sauceboat

1. Noun. A boat-shaped pitcher for serving sauce or gravy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sauceboat

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sauceboat

sau
sauba
sauba ant
sauba ants
saubas
sauce
sauce-alone
sauce Albert
sauce Espagnole
sauce Louis
sauce chausseur
sauce espanole
sauce for the goose
sauce verte
sauce vinaigrette
sauceboat (current term)
sauceboats
saucebox
sauceboxes
sauced
sauceless
saucelike
saucepan
saucepanlike
saucepans
saucepot
saucepots
saucer
saucer-eyed
saucer-shaped cataract

Literary usage of Sauceboat

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Architecture, Stratification, and Pottery of Lerna III by Martha Heath Wiencke (2000)
"Nearly one-third are polished or burnished, including a few of the newly introduced shapes, the sauceboat and type 2 saucer. The new polished or burnished ..."

2. The Neolithic and Bronze Ages by Sara Anderson Immerwahr (1971)
"Fragment of long open spout from open bowl or sauceboat. ... Cf. pared spout of a sauceboat in White ware from the First Meter Deposit at ..."

3. China Collector: A Guide to the Porcelain of the English Factories by Henry William Lewer (1913)
"(2) sauceboat, leaf pattern, painted with flowers and insects in relief. Size : Length 7$*, Height 4*, Width 3^*. Mark, Arrow hi brown. Room 140. Case 5. ..."

4. The Cook Book, by "Oscar" of the Waldorf by Oscar Tschirky (1896)
"Place it on a dish when done and serve with poivrade sauce, in a sauceboat. Trout in Papers. Take half a dozen trout of one-fourth pound each in weight, ..."

5. Colonial Receipt Book: Celebrated Old Receipts Used a Century Ago by Mrs (1907)
"Dress on a crouton' of fried bread, pour over a poullet sauce and serve more in another sauceboat. DUCK AMERICAN STYLE. Singe, draw and clean well a young ..."

6. Russell's Magazine by Paul Hamilton Payne (1859)
"At the ' Tempting sauceboat!'" Then abandoning the familiar tone of old days, " What can I offer you, Mr. Bruis?" and he added, " do you know where my wife ..."

7. The Architecture, Stratification, and Pottery of Lerna III by Martha Heath Wiencke (2000)
"Nearly one-third are polished or burnished, including a few of the newly introduced shapes, the sauceboat and type 2 saucer. The new polished or burnished ..."

8. The Neolithic and Bronze Ages by Sara Anderson Immerwahr (1971)
"Fragment of long open spout from open bowl or sauceboat. ... Cf. pared spout of a sauceboat in White ware from the First Meter Deposit at ..."

9. China Collector: A Guide to the Porcelain of the English Factories by Henry William Lewer (1913)
"(2) sauceboat, leaf pattern, painted with flowers and insects in relief. Size : Length 7$*, Height 4*, Width 3^*. Mark, Arrow hi brown. Room 140. Case 5. ..."

10. The Cook Book, by "Oscar" of the Waldorf by Oscar Tschirky (1896)
"Place it on a dish when done and serve with poivrade sauce, in a sauceboat. Trout in Papers. Take half a dozen trout of one-fourth pound each in weight, ..."

11. Colonial Receipt Book: Celebrated Old Receipts Used a Century Ago by Mrs (1907)
"Dress on a crouton' of fried bread, pour over a poullet sauce and serve more in another sauceboat. DUCK AMERICAN STYLE. Singe, draw and clean well a young ..."

12. Russell's Magazine by Paul Hamilton Payne (1859)
"At the ' Tempting sauceboat!'" Then abandoning the familiar tone of old days, " What can I offer you, Mr. Bruis?" and he added, " do you know where my wife ..."

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