A rounded or cylindrical container, typically of metal, used for cooking
A shot aimed at someone or something; a potshot
Short for potentiometer222.
A plant of the daisy family with yellow, orange, or copper-brown flowers, cultivated as an ornamental
The total sum of the bets made on a round in poker, brag, etc.
from below came the rattling of pots in the kitchen
A pool of bubbling mud.
Of, relating to, or designating a method of cooking whereby all the ingredients are cooked in one pot; also in extended use.
To process (sound) by means of a panpot.
The liquid residue left in a pot still after the first distillation (especially in the making of whisky), and frequently processed into cattle feed or fertilizer.
A boy or young man employed in a public house, etc., to serve drinks or collect glasses. Now chiefly historical or archaic.
A pot handle.
An artificial egg, usually made of earthenware, used especially to encourage a hen to lay.
On a spinning or bleaching frame: a ring or cup through which thread or cloth is guided.
A protuberant stomach; = pot belly.
A hat resembling a pot in shape; specifically a low-crowned stiff felt hat, a bowler.
The lid of a pot. In later use also specifically: a decorated ceramic lid as a collector's item.
A fishing net shaped like a pot.
(Circa 1925–98), Cambodian communist leader of the Khmer Rouge, Prime Minister 1976-9; born Saloth Sar. During his regime the Khmer Rouge embarked on a brutal reconstruction programme in which many millions of Cambodians were killed. Overthrown in 1979, Pol Pot led the Khmer Rouge in a guerrilla war against the new Vietnamese-backed government until his official retirement in 1985
A savoury pie baked in a deep dish, typically with a top crust only
A tar-coated, leather beer mug.
A crucible made from a mixture of clay and black lead (graphite), and capable of withstanding extremely high temperatures.
An earthenware cooking vessel of a type associated with the Netherlands.
An earthenware money box from which coins can be taken only by breaking the vessel.
= mush pan.
To plant in too large a pot.
A hole from which peats have been cut, especially one in which water has collected.
A plant pot made of dried peat, used especially for growing seedlings, cuttings, etc., so that they may be planted out without being removed from the pot.
= pitch kettle.
An arch in a glass-making furnace, in which pots are annealed.
A person who bakes clay into pots, etc.; a potter.
A board upon which pots are placed or carried; especially a shelf for pots and pans in a dresser, etc.
A metal or alloy from which pots are made.
Clay that is free from iron and therefore suitable for making earthenware.
A device for suspending a pot or cauldron over a fire, especially one consisting of two iron rods jointed together, with hooks at the free ends to hold the brim of the pot.
A drum having an earthenware body in the form of a pot.
Clay; especially potter's clay or brick-earth.
A fair at which pots and other crockery are sold.
A leafy vegetable for boiling in a pot; = pot-herb.
To engage in pot-hunting.
A small kiln, especially a small limekiln.
Lace having the figure of a pot or vase (often containing flowers) in the pattern.
A ladle for lifting food, etc., out of a pot; (also English regional (Norfolk)) a tadpole.
Probably: lead used for the manufacture of pots or other objects. Compare pot metal. rare.
The length of time that a glue, resin, etc., remains usable after preparation.