ladle


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Synonyms for ladle

Synonyms for ladle

to take a substance, as liquid, from a container by plunging the hand or a utensil into it

Synonyms for ladle

a spoon-shaped vessel with a long handle

put (a liquid) into a container by means of a ladle

remove with or as if with a ladle

References in classic literature ?
After a moment passed in dipping the ladle full, and then raising it on high, as the thick rich fluid fell back into the kettle, he suddenly gave it a whirl, as if to cool what yet remained, and offered the bowl to Mr.
The complaisant Frenchman, after several timid efforts to trust his lips in contact with the howl of the ladle, got a good swallow of the scalding liquid.
Elizabeth turned her head, when they reached the point where they were to descend the mountain, and thought that the slow fires that were glimmering under his enormous kettles, his little brush shelter, covered with pieces of hemlock bark, his gigantic size, as he wielded his ladle with a steady and knowing air, aided by the back-ground of stately trees, with their spouts and troughs, formed, altogether, no unreal picture of human life in its first stages of civilization.
That is Wat the limner," quoth the landlady, sitting down beside Alleyne, and pointing with the ladle to the sleeping man.
One of the linen chests was open; the silver teapot was unwrapped from its many folds of paper, and the best china was laid out on the top of the closed linen-chest; spoons and skewers and ladles were spread in rows on the shelves; and the poor woman was shaking her head and weeping, with a bitter tension of the mouth, over the mark, "Elizabeth Dodson," on the corner of some tablecloths she held in her lap.
The Magician was stirring all four of these kettles at the same time, two with his hands and two with his feet, to the latter, wooden ladles being strapped, for this man was so very crooked that his legs were as handy as his arms.
I saw iron ladles, pans full of white sand, files with white metal left glittering in their teeth, molds of plaster of Paris, bags containing the same material in powder, a powerful machine with the name and use of which I was theoretically not unacquainted, white metal in a partially-fused state, bottles of aquafortis, dies scattered over a dresser, crucibles, sandpaper, bars of metal, and edged tools in plenty, of the strangest construction.
Electronic auction: delivery of interchangeable dispensing cups and nesting units for the quick change system of the dosing cups of the intermediate ladle
The white-hot steel rushed in a circular stream from beneath the ladle and dropped into the spindle with an angry, muffled roar.
This approach for ladle monitoring is to place its IR video cameras in robust housings, and locate them in fixed positions where they have a clear view of a filled ladle as it passes by on the gantry crane.
With a pressure-sealed transfer ladle, the melt is then fed directly into the filling funnel of the furnace using a transfer pipe to ensure a uniform flow rate and reproducible process flows.
Slowly add two cups of the hot chicken stock, ladle by ladle, and the saffron.
Ladle is a sort of important container in metallurgy industry, which acts as storing and transporting molten steel.
Temperature information is collected each time the ladle passes a measurement station, allowing assessment of the extent and distribution of wear to the lining.