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See also: Spoons
- plural of spoon
- A child's card game.
- (music) A pair of spoons used as a musical instrument by tapping them on parts of the body.
- (musical instrument): bones
- third-person singular simple present indicative form of spoon
spoons (not comparable)
- (slang, archaic) Foolishly infatuated with; having a romantic crush on (used with on).
- 1922, Lydia Miller Middleton, The Happy Adventures:
- " […] You look very fit, Grannie, and Jerry says Aunt Mary is too young to be my aunt; I believe he is spoons on her already - what ho! my Uncle Jerry! Come and be introduced."
- 1876, The Young Ladies' Journal, page 548:
- […] she will have grown older and wiser by that time; besides, I'm awful spoons on her—she is the sweetest little thing.
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