coffeepot

noun
cof·​fee·​pot | \ˈkȯ-fē-ˌpät, ˈkä-\

Definition of coffeepot 

: a pot for brewing and serving coffee

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On a desk in one of the guest rooms, a coffeepot features a font Ricardou selected for its resemblance to lettering used by French agricultural co-ops. Howie Kahn, WSJ, "A Hotel 30 Miles Outside Paris Where Equestrian Life Sets the Tone," 25 Apr. 2018 Glass from the coffeepot cut the victim and may have left a shard of glass in her eye, the complaint said. Tyler Langan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Woman allegedly smashes coffeepot over coworker's head in Menomonee Falls," 15 Feb. 2018 When someone let Smith back in the home to retrieve her purse, the victim told police, Smith smashed an empty glass coffeepot against her face before heading toward Milwaukee in a red truck. Tyler Langan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Woman allegedly smashes coffeepot over coworker's head in Menomonee Falls," 15 Feb. 2018 Smith told police the victim threw her purse at her inside the home, which provoked her to hit her with the coffeepot, the complaint said. Tyler Langan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Woman allegedly smashes coffeepot over coworker's head in Menomonee Falls," 15 Feb. 2018 Then, turn on the coffeepot and sip up the savings. Dave Ramsey, chicagotribune.com, "15 ways to save $100 to $1,000 with minimal effort," 8 Sep. 2017 But look at the final shoot-out in the older film, as Shane enters the rich brown shadows of the saloon; look at Jack Palance, carefully moving aside the coffeepot for a cleaner view; look at the dog, wisely skulking out before the killing begins. Anthony Lane, The New Yorker, "“Get Out” and “Logan”," 6 Mar. 2017 A building shaped like a coffeepot greets anyone with a reason to drive through Bedford, Pennsylvania, on Highway 30. National Geographic, "From Whimsical to Indispensable, Some of Our Favorite Historic Buildings," 13 Oct. 2016 In one escape attempt, Mr. DeFriest claims to have dosed a staff coffeepot at a state mental institution with the powerful psychotropic drug LSD, which had been kept in the infirmary. Jonah Bromwich, New York Times, "Jailed for Stealing Tools in 1980, ‘Prison Houdini’ Is Denied Release," 25 Feb. 2016

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First Known Use of coffeepot

1704, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of coffeepot was in 1704

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coffeepot

noun

English Language Learners Definition of coffeepot

: a pot that is used for making and pouring coffee

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