Definition of Teacupfuls

1. Noun. (plural of teacupful) ¹



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Definition of Teacupfuls

1. teacupful [n] - See also: teacupful

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teacupfuls

teachie
teachin'
teaching
teaching aid
teaching away
teaching certificate
teaching fellow
teaching hospital
teaching materials
teaching method
teaching reading
teachings
teachless
teacup
teacupful
teacupfuls (current term)
teacuplike
teacups
teacupsful
tead
teade
teades
teads
teaed
teagle
teagled
teagles
teagling
teahead
teaheads

Literary usage of Teacupfuls

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

1. Henley's Twentieth Century Forrmulas, Recipes and Processes: Containing Ten by Gardner Dexter Hiscox (1914)
"Three tablespoonfuls weigh J pound. A teacupful of sugar weighs $ pound. Two teacupfuls (level) of granulated sugar weigh 1 pound. Cook's Table. ..."

2. The Unrivalled Cook-book and Housekeeper's Guide by Washington (1885)
"Three teacupfuls of sifted sugar and one and a ... Three teacupfuls of white sugar, sifted; one teacupful of butter; ..."

3. The Art of Cooking: A Series of Practical Lessons by Matilda Lees Dods, Henrietta De Condé Sherman (1880)
"Four teacupfuls of flour, one teacupful of beef suet, one and one-half ... one and one-half teacupfuls of sugar, one tea- spoonful of ..."

4. A Manual of Vegetarian Cookery by George Black (1908)
"2 teacupfuls of Flour 1 teaspoonful of Baking Powder 1 Ib. of Nutter 2 ... of Castor Sugar 2 teacupfuls of Dessicated Cocoa Nut 3 Eggs ..."

5. Macon Cook Book: A Collection of Recipes Tested Principally by Members of by Wesleyan College (Macon, Ga.). Alumnae (1909)
"—Mrs. Villepigue. SPLENDID JUMBLES. Four eggs, nine teacupfuls of flour, ... two teacupfuls of butter, one teaspoonful of baking powder. ..."

6. Annual Report by Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (1907)
"1 per cent = 1 teaspoonful to 2 teacupfuls, approximately. 2 per cent = 1 teaspoonful to 1 teacupful, approximately. 10 per cent = 1£ tablespoonfuls to 1 ..."

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