cuspidor cuspidor


  • (n) a receptacle for spit (usually in a public place)


  1. A long table, two incredibly battered desks, a telephone booth and a chipped enamel cuspidor make up its office equipment.
  2. The unhappy War Department pointed out that the cuspidor mats were to be used in hospitals, had been ordered as a routine refill by the San Antonio Quartermaster Depot.
  3. A non-splash cuspidor, shaped so as to prevent ricocheting onto rugs.
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propriety propriety
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