kettle

  1. a metal pot for stewing or boiling; usually has a lid
  2. a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it

Kettle

A kettle, sometimes called a tea kettle or teakettle, is a type of pot, typically metal, specialized for boiling water, with a lid, spout and handle, or a small kitchen appliance of similar shape that functions in a self-contained manner. Kettles can be heated either by placing on a stove, or by their own internal electric heating element in the a...
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kettle

refers to a group of hawks circling together on thermal updrafts
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kettle

[n] - the quantity a kettle will hold 2. [n] - a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it 3. [n] - a metal pot for stewing or boiling
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Kettle

• (n.) A metallic vessel, with a wide mouth, often without a cover, used for heating and boiling water or other liguids.
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kettle

tympanum noun a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it
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kettle

noun a metal pot for stewing or boiling; usually has a lid
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Kettle

[birds] A kettle is a term that birdwatchers use to describe a group of birds wheeling and circling in the air. The kettle may be composed of several different species at the same time. Nature photographer M. Timothy O`Keefe theorizes that the word derives from the appearance of birds circling tightly in a thermal updraft `like something bo...
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Kettle

[landform] A kettle (kettle hole, pothole) is a shallow, sediment-filled body of water formed by retreating glaciers or draining floodwaters. ==Overview== Kettles are fluvioglacial landforms occurring as the result of blocks of ice calving from the front of a receding glacier and becoming partially to wholly buried by glacial outwash. Glaci...
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Kettle

Ket'tle (kĕt't'l) noun [ Middle English ketel ; confer Anglo-Saxon cetel , cetil , cytel ; akin to Dutch kjedel , German kessel , Old High German chezzil , Icelandic ketill , SW. kittel , Danish kjedel , Goth. katils
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Kettle

A closed depression in a deposit of glacial drift formed where a block of ice was buried or partly buried and then melted.
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kettle

A group of birds circling on the same thermal. So named because the birds look like a boiling kettle.
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Kettle

A group of birds circling on the same thermal. So named because the birds look like a boiling kettle.
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Kettle

a group of birds using a thermal (rising pocket of air) to gain elevation
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KETTLE

A group of migrating birds of prey soaring upward on rising air currents. The spiraling shape of the birds suggests boiling liquid in a kettle.
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kettle

a large vessel used to heat wort.
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Kettle

A small hollow or depression formed in glacial deposits when outwash was deposited around a residual
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kettle

A small hollow or depression formed in glacial deposits when outwash was deposited around a residual block of ice that later melted.
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kettle

Depression in ground surface formed by the melting of a block of glacier ice buried or partially buried by drift.
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Kettle

fluvioglacial landform occurring as the result of blocks of ice calving from the front of a receding glacier and becoming partially to wholly buried by glacial outwash.
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Kettle

Forms when an isolated block of ice persists in a ground moraine, and outwash plain, or valley floor after a glacier retreats; as the block melts, it leaves behind a steep-sided hole that is filled with water.
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kettle

in geology, depression in a glacial outwash drift made by the melting of a detached mass of glacial ice that became wholly or partly buried. The ... [2 related articles]
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Kettle

Kettle is British slang for a watch.
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kettle

kettle, oval depression found in glacial moraines, which are landforms made up of rock debris. When a glacier melts and draws away from an area, a block of ice may break off and be covered by earth and rock. As the block melts, the ground above it subsides, forming a kettle. Kettles may be deeper th...
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kettle

see copper
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