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runcible spoon

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noun run·ci·ble spoon \ˈrən(t)-sə-bəl-\

Definition of runcible spoon

  1. :  a sharp-edged fork with three broad curved prongs



Origin and Etymology of runcible spoon

coined with an obscure meaning by Edward Lear


First Known Use: 1871

Rhymes with runcible spoon

autoimmune, barrage balloon, contrabassoon, double bassoon, inopportune, over the moon, trial balloon


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