Examples of dipper in a Sentence
the metal dipper left in the stew pot was too hot to touch
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American dippers, roundish birds that feed underwater year-round, live near many hot springs and the unfrozen creeks the warm water enables.
Butterflied quail came with a mildly funky and sweet glaze and a dipper of sriracha-esque fresh chile sauce.
The Monte Cristo borders on a lunch offering but was tasty and came with a side of syrup that went surprisingly well as dipper for the country ham, Swiss cheese and roasted turkey sandwich.
The range of dippers were what was unusual: buttered sourdough toast points, pickled apple slices, romanesco, carrots tossed in vinaigrette, radishes, radicchio and potato chips, all scattered around the ramekin of creamy fondue.
My last bird of the day was an American dipper, or water ouzel.
Smelt dippers are looking at a depressed run prediction this year, but Washington will decide later whether to allow any sport dipping in the Cowlitz River.
Among his most memorable actions as a council member was his 2014 resignation from council just days before being sworn in to a new term, a maneuver that allowed him to grab his pension and return quickly to council payroll as a double-dipper.
Another double-dipper from the Rodent Report had a couple of dead roaches under the three-compartment sink.
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DIPPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dipper for English Language Learners
: a large spoon with a long handle that is used for dipping liquids
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