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Pot vs. Vase

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  • Pot (noun)

    A flat-bottomed vessel (usually metal) used for cooking food.

  • Pot (noun)

    Various similar open-topped vessels, particularly

  • Pot (noun)

    A vessel (usually earthenware) used with a seal for storing food, such as a honeypot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A coffee or teapot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A vessel used to hold soil for growing plants, particularly flowers: a flowerpot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A vessel used for urination and defecation: a chamber pot; a toilet; the lavatory.

    "Shit or get off the pot."

  • Pot (noun)

    A crucible: a melting pot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A pot-shaped trap used for catching lobsters or other seafood: a lobsterpot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A pot-shaped metal or earthenware extension of a flue above the top of a chimney: a chimney pot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A perforated cask for draining sugar.

  • Pot (noun)

    An earthen or pewter cup or mug used for drinking liquor.

  • Pot (noun)

    Ruin or deterioration.

    "After his arrest, his prospects went to pot."

  • Pot (noun)

    An iron hat with a broad brim worn as a helmet.

  • Pot (noun)

    A pot-shaped non-conducting (usually ceramic) stand that supports an electrified rail while insulating it from the ground.

  • Pot (noun)

    The games of chance; any sum of money being used as an enticement.

    "No one's interested. You need to sweeten the pot."

  • Pot (noun)

    A favorite: a heavily-backed horse.

  • Pot (noun)

    The act of causing a ball to fall into a pocket in cue sports such as billiards.

  • Pot (noun)

    clipping of potbelly: a pot-shaped belly, a paunch.

  • Pot (noun)

    clipping of potshot: a haphazard shot; an easy or cheap shot.

  • Pot (noun)

    A plaster cast.

  • Pot (noun)

    : a former size of paper, 12.5 × 15 inches.

  • Pot (noun)

    Marijuana

  • Pot (noun)

    A simple electromechanical device used to control resistance or voltage (often to adjust sound volume) in an electronic device by rotating or sliding when manipulated by a human thumb, screwdriver, etc.

  • Pot (noun)

    clipping of potion

  • Pot (verb)

    To put (something) into a pot.

    "to pot a plant"

  • Pot (verb)

    To bottling or canning.

    "potted meat"

  • Pot (verb)

    To cause a ball to fall into a pocket.

  • Pot (verb)

    To be capable of being potted.

    "The black ball doesn't pot; the red is in the way."

  • Pot (verb)

    To shoot with a firearm.

  • Pot (verb)

    To take a pot shot, or haphazard shot, with a firearm.

  • Pot (verb)

    To secure; gain; win; bag.

  • Pot (verb)

    To send someone to gaol, expeditiously.

  • Pot (verb)

    To tipple; to drink.

  • Pot (verb)

    To drain.

    "to pot sugar, by taking it from the cooler, and placing it in hogsheads, etc. with perforated heads, through which the molasses drains off"

  • Pot (verb)

    To seat a person, usually a young child, onto a potty or toilet, typically during toilet teaching.

    "Could you please pot the children before sending them to bed?"

  • Pot (verb)

    To apply a plaster cast to a broken limb.

  • Vase (noun)

    An upright open container used mainly for displaying fresh, dried, or artificial flowers.

  • Vase (noun)

    The body of the Corinthian capital.

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