Definition of saucer in English:
A shallow dish, typically having a circular indentation in the center, on which a cup is placed.
- The cabinets should be able to store a generous stack of plates, cups, saucers, and bowls.
- And after dinner, he jumps up and picks up the cups and the saucers and the plates and comes in the kitchen.
- The tray has a teapot, two little bowls and two saucers with pretty looking beancurd sweets in them.
- Example sentences
- Tewkesbury saucer batters are small baked puddings made by quickly baking two saucerfuls of batter, putting fruit on one and inverting the other on top of it to make a lid.
- Aunt Peggy poured out a saucerful and touched it with a match.
Pronunciation: /ˈsôsərˌfo͝ol/noun (plural saucerfuls)
Words that rhyme with saucerChaucer, courser, endorser (US indorser), enforcer, forcer, reinforcer, Xhosa
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