spoon


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Synonyms for spoon

to engage in kissing, caressing, and other amorous behavior

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as much as a spoon will hold

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formerly a golfing wood with an elevated face

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scoop up or take up with a spoon

snuggle and lie in a position where one person faces the back of the others

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References in classic literature ?
Duchess had had four helps already, and was fumbling with the spoon.
The count took out a small quantity of this with a gilt spoon, and offered it to Morrel, fixing a long steadfast glance upon him.
There was once a very old man, whose eyes had become dim, his ears dull of hearing, his knees trembled, and when he sat at table he could hardly hold the spoon, and spilt the broth upon the table-cloth or let it run out of his mouth.
I've got a wold silver spoon, and a wold graven seal at home, too; but, Lord, what's a spoon and seal?
At our young friend's natural dinner hour, most likely about noon, our young friend says in effect to society, 'I am hungry; will you have the goodness to produce your spoon and feed me?
There was only one spoon, sugar was more plentiful than anything else, but it took too long to dissolve, so it was decided that Mary Hendrikhovna should stir the sugar for everyone in turn.
If he had a weakness, it was for thinking that all his life he had taken medicine boldly, and so now, when Michael dodged the spoon in Nana's mouth, he had said reprovingly, "Be a man, Michael.
I do not see anything very funny about it," declared a spoon.
I may say, steward," the Ancient Mariner resumed, "that I was born with a silver spoon that melted in my mouth and left me a proper prodigal son.
But when the Man raised his spoon to his mouth he began blowing upon it.
Drat the things,' said the lady, opening the cupboard; 'I can't find the school spoon anywhere.
It is not above a year ago that I lost a silver spoon.
Half-a-dozen dishes stood upon the shelves; the table was laid for supper with a bowl of porridge, a horn spoon, and a cup of small beer.
I'll do it," said Dolly, and getting up, she carefully passed the spoon over the frothing sugar, and from time to time shook off the clinging jam from the spoon by knocking it on a plate that was covered with yellow-red scum and blood-colored syrup.
By great luck I had an old silver spoon in my pocket, which I pulled out, and told him I had carried that spoon to match it with half a dozen of new ones, that it might match some I had in the country.