cutlery cutlery  /ˈkət lə ri/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a cutting implement; a tool for cutting
  2. (n) tableware implements for cutting and eating food

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. European cities have always been known for specialtiesSheffield for its cutlery, Chantilly for its lacebut many of these capitals have remade themselves.
  2. But he also created myriad other things, from cutlery to gardens.
  3. Many of the world's knives, blades and cutlery came from Sheffield.

News

  1. Ontario Knife poised to stay

    ELLICOTTVILLE – Ontario Knife Co. of Franklinville is looking forward to celebrating its 125th year in business next with a new addition and new tools designed to make the cutlery more competitive on a global scale.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Olean Times Herald

  2. Suite Foods Waffle Shop Moves Into 331 Cortland

    American Idol is hemorrhaging celeb judges, but 331 Cortland never fails to land a hot new tenant. Now that Bernal Cutlery's vacated for sharper pastures, the business incubator space in Bernal Heights has a new occupant: Suite Foods Waffle Shop, whose Liege-style (read: Belgian) w...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: SF Weekly

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Quotes

  1. "Here's the tombstone outfits," Kenny aka Shane Jacobson said. "It's great to be here, and we'll steal some cutlery, so we'll get something."
    on Dec 7, 2006 By: Shane Jacobson Source: The Australian

  2. "This project is about jobs. Of course, we're bringing a world-renown cutlery maker with as rich heritage and strong market niche to Connecticut. But more importantly, we're bringing 40 new jobs to Norwalk," said Governor Rell. "It's these...
    on Jan 22, 2009 By: Jodi Rell Source: Norwalk Plus Magazine

  3. "It is pretty ridiculous," Mr Watkins told Southern Cross Broadcasting today of the cutlery-related report. "The issue about forks and staying away from windows, the advice from police is they have not advised people to remove cutlery or to...
    on Sep 5, 2007 By: John Watkins Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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