Recent Examples of chopstick from the Web
Crush the sugar with a wooden muddler, chopstick, strong spoon, lipstick, cartridge case, whatever.
A chopstick, skewer or knitting needle may be used to aerate the soil of container plants with saturated roots.
The chicken is stuffed with aromatics and simmered until the meat can be pulled easily from the bones with chopsticks.
The sashimi and poke assortment here is perfectly fine, but according to the locals at the next table, go with the kalua pork nachos (and eating nachos with chopsticks allows easy assembly of perfect bites — genius!).
My husband’s chopsticks kept stealing over to my plate.
Everything about poke should be easy to eat with either chopsticks or a fork.
Everything about poké should be easy to eat with either chopsticks or a fork.
Everything about poke should be easy to eat with chopsticks or a fork.
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Origin and Etymology of chopstick
First Known Use: 1699See Words from the same year
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Definition of chopstick for English Language Learners
: either one of a pair of thin sticks that are used especially by people in Asia to pick up and eat food
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