Recent Examples of spoonful from the Web
Include a hand holding everything from an ice cream cone to a spoonful of pot pie.
The barbecue sauce of American freedom came from a pinch of French enlightenment, a dash of German religious reformation, and a spoonful of British common law.
Add a spoonful of the apple butter on top of the chop, then drizzle the sauce over the chop.
Divide among plates, then give each a dollop of ricotta, a spoonful of fresh-tomato mixture and a sprinkle of croutons.
Stir several spoonfuls of hot mixture into beaten egg yolks and mix well. Pour egg mixture into saucepan, stirring constantly.
Its diverse landscape, artistic treasures and fabulous food make Italy a feast for the soul, offering something for everyone, like a spoonful of good minestrone soup.
Even my beloved oatmeal needs things like Greek yogurt or egg whites to balance it out, plus a healthy spoonful of peanut butter (twist my arm).
Even my beloved oatmeal needs things like Greek yogurt or egg whites to balance it out, plus a healthy spoonful of peanut butter (twist my arm). For YOU, though, this is AWESOME.
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First Known Use of spoonful
SPOONFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spoonful for English Language Learners
: as much as a spoon can hold
SPOONFUL Defined for Kids
Definition of spoonful for Students
: as much as a spoon can hold a spoonful of sugar
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