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Add to the fun by packing the kids into a sled and filling them up with Christmas cookies and a thermos of hot chocolate.
After the decorating is done, the dad spreads a blanket for the family to sit briefly and drink hot chocolate from their thermos.
Farmers dump bags of carrots into big plastic bins, tents languidly unfurl as if from a deep sleep, and steam trails off a piping hot thermos of apple cider.
Most thermoses will keep hot beverages — coffee, cocoa or cider — warm for hours.
Make any soup + pack in thermos + finish with lemon juice, olive oil, and something crispy.
On the coffee table between them is a thermos, two cups, and bottled water.
Attendants carry thermos flasks on the stage ahead of the opening ceremony.
For the moment, Google will keep its trademark—unlike the manufacturers of the teleprompter, thermos, hoover, aspirin, and videotape.
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Origin and Etymology of thermos
First Known Use: 1907See Words from the same year
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