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[kaw-fee-pot, kof-ee-] /ˈkɔ fiˌpɒt, ˈkɒf i-/
a container, usually with a handle and a spout or lip, in which coffee is made or served, or both.
Origin of coffeepot
1695-1705; coffee + pot1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for coffeepot
  • We argue about treatment theories, about our clients and their families, about the office coffeepot.
  • Instead, she immediately took me to a coffeepot that was kept brewing in the secretaries' office upstairs.
  • Tinker's sister comes up with her coffeepot to make us for a tip.
  • There's a big fire burning in the living room fireplace, and a coffeepot and mismatched mugs on the table.
  • Maybe a finial has fallen off your silver coffeepot.
  • All houseboats come equipped with a kitchen supplied with standard utensils, refrigerator, toaster and coffeepot.
  • Bring a coffeepot with coffee, a spatula to flip meat and one large serving spoon.
British Dictionary definitions for coffeepot


a pot in which coffee is brewed or served
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