Recent Examples of saucer from the Web
Every cup should be resting on a saucer ($33, Sur la Table), every cake on a cake tray ($150, Bloomindales).
The price includes use of tubes, sleds and saucers.
Allow water to drain into the saucer; discard excess water.
If the pot came wrapped in paper or foil, make holes or slits in the bottom to allow water to drain away and set the plant in a saucer or tray.
But the most impressive aspect of tarsiers are their giant, saucer-like eyes.
Whole green chiles are available on request and arrive in small saucers to sear the palate clean.
The pancakes might be the new contender for best in L.A.; the pair of thick, saucer-sized pancakes come served in a tiny cast iron pan, adorned with diced butternut squash and sage butter.
His promenade, lined by stores and cafes, would have been a sleek, white, 60-foot-wide saucer with two loops.
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Origin and Etymology of saucer
First Known Use: circa 1702See Words from the same year
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