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Synonyms for tablespoonful

as much as a tablespoon will hold


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An adult is supposed to take three tablespoonsful twice daily while children take a tablespoonful twice per day.
Any roughness should be ironed out and the result lubricated by applying hydraulic oil laced with a tablespoonful of molybdenum disulfide and shaken.
Drop a generous tablespoonful of dough into bowl and gently toss to coat with coconut.
Shape a large heaped tablespoonful of the lamb mix into balls.
However, one-quarter cup of craisins (dried cranberries with added sugar) adds 130 calories and 29 grams of sugar, so limit yourself to a tablespoonful.
If true, he can manipulate the price of a nail or a tablespoonful of cement into millions of pesos, if only to appease his insatiable appetite for money.
When Italians use pesto, little is actually used, perhaps a tablespoonful for every cup of pasta.
For prevention of postintercourse UTIs, the recommended dosage is 1 tablespoonful 1 hour prior to intercourse and again immediately afterwards.
He said to crack open two or three peach seeds, mash up the kernels or nuts (which look like almonds), mix them into a tablespoonful of lard, heat the spoon over the stove until the lard starts to boil, let it cool some, and take it.
Drop dumplings by the tablespoonful into the water.
Two tablespoonful of shredded ginger was put into one liter of boiling water for 15-20 minutes.
Drop a heaping tablespoonful of batter into the center of each grid on the iron.