Examples of steamer in a Sentence
We rode a steamer down the Mississippi.
Recent Examples of steamer from the Web
And in a moment that has reached near mythic status in British history, a civilian fleet of yachts, tugs, steamers, ferries and the like raced across the Channel to rescue the men.
Some prefer to drop a steamer, then pick it up in the bag.
And apparently Kate Middleton knows that sometimes making the effort, particularly when there’s not a steamer or iron in sight, may come down to making a simple quick change.
An old steamer engine pulled by a team of horses was part of the parade unit, to help the department celebrate its 150 years of service, officials said.
Fans hungry for a card holder or that steamer trunk who don't call Miami or L.A. home need not worry about missing out though; the Supreme x Louis Vuitton goods will also hit select Vuitton shops across the country in mid-July.
Place the pumpkin pieces in a steamer or metal colander and over the boiling water.
Bring a pot of water to a boil that will hold a vegetable steamer or colander. 2.
The steamer was set on fire and cut loose to plunge over the falls along with the crew, which was sympathetic to the rebels.
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First Known Use of steamer
STEAMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of steamer for English Language Learners
: a container in which food is cooked with steam
: a boat or ship that is powered by steam
: a type of clam that has a thin shell and that is often cooked by being steamed
STEAMER Defined for Kids
Definition of steamer for Students
- a vegetable steamer
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