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fryingpan (plural fryingpans)

  1. Alternative spelling of frying pan
    • 1872, The Food Journal, Volume 2‎, p. 94:
      Buy half a sheep's liver ; cut it into thin slices ; place it, with a bit of butter or dripping, in the fryingpan over a moderate fire, with two onions and two shallots sliced up fine.
    • 1880, Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné, History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin, volume 6, page 413:
      One of them, and he was the principal personage, was holding a fryingpan by its long handle; and in the fryingpan were lamp-wicks, which were called in the patois of the country farets.