Hit (a ball) up into the air with a soft or weak stroke
he spooned his shot high over the bar
(of two people) Behave in an amorous way; kiss and cuddle
I saw them spooning on the beach
(of two people) Lie close together sideways and front to back with bent knees, so as to fit together like spoons
An implement consisting of a small, shallow oval or round bowl on a long handle, used for eating, stirring, and serving food
The contents of such an implement
three spoons of sugar
A pair of spoons held in the hand and beaten together rhythmically as a percussion instrument
A thing resembling a spoon in shape, in particular
A fishing lure designed to wobble when pulled through the water
An oar with a broad curved blade
A club with a slightly concave wooden head
a piece of cutlery with a shallow bowl-shaped container and a handle; used to stir or serve or take up food
scoop up or take up with a spoon; "spoon the sauce over the roast"
as much as a spoon will hold; "he added two spoons of sugar"
smooch: snuggle and lie in a position where one person faces the back of the others
formerly a golfing wood with an elevated face
A spoon is a utensil consisting of a small shallow bowl, oval or round, at the end of a handle. A type of cutlery (sometimes called flatware in the United States), especially as part of a place setting, it is used primarily for serving. ...
Spoon is the self-titled 1994 debut album where Icelandic Emilíana Torrini is contributing vocals for the first time. The album has only been released on Iceland. Emilíana sings on six of the songs on the record.
Spoon is an American indie rock band formed in Austin, Texas. They are based in Portland, Oregon. The band is composed of Britt Daniel (vocals, guitar); Jim Eno (drums); Rob Pope (bass, backing vocals) and Eric Harvey (keyboard, guitar, percussion, backing vocals).
"Spoon" is a Dave Matthews Band song from the album Before These Crowded Streets. The song is thought to describe the thoughts of Christ as he is pinned to the crucifix. ...
Early golf clubs were all made of wood. They were hand-crafted, often by the player themselves, and had no standard shape or form. ...
The Spoon (Κοχλιάριον, Kochliárion; Slavonic: Лжица, Lzhítza) is a liturgical implement used to distribute Holy Communion to the laity during the Divine Liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox Church and those Eastern Catholic Churches which follow the Byzantine Rite. ...
An implement for eating or serving; a scooped utensil whose long handle is straight, in contrast to a ladle; An implement for stirring food while being prepared; a wooden spoon; A measure that will fit into a spoon; a spoonful; A wooden-headed golf club with moderate loft, similar to the modern ...
(SPOONS) The end of a beard is uplifted, rounded and enlarged.
(SPOONS) paraphernalia associated with Cocaine, often worn as jewelry
(Spoons) A short side stem which may or may not be near the top of the stem or stalk.
(Spoons) Considered one of oldest lures used in fishing, spoons are made from metal with hooks attached, virtually used for all game fish with thousands of varieties and colors.
(Spoons) During the four days of bumps, if a crew gets bumped every single day, it gets "spoons" (of the wooden variety). The opposite of Blades (see above) - an utter shame, and all crews try to avoid it.
(Spoons) Horned-like growths with small petaloids protruding from beards.
(Spoons) Lures that are stamped from flat metal, varying in size, weight, and thickness.
(Spoons) The 2 “C” shaped parts of the lift where the tires rest when lifted.
(Spoons) To see, or use, spoons in a dream, denotes favorable signs of advancement. Domestic affairs will afford contentment. To think a spoon is lost, denotes that you will be suspicious of wrong doing. ...
(Spoons) a method of designating large sums of money, disclosed at the Bankruptcy Court during the examination of the great leather failures of Streatfield and Laurence in 1860–61. ...
(Spoons) spoon-like appendages that extend from the beard.
(spoons) a rhythm instrument made by holding two spoons back to back and striking them against the hand or the leg, or running them up and down the open fingers. The clacking sound lends itself to rapid dance tunes and the like. Compare with bones.
The flattened end of a padlock shackle containing the bolt hole or slot which the bolt enters.