In the middle of the table smoked a large tea-urn, prettily surrounded by silver tea-canisters, a slop-basin, and a milk-jug.
He poured out some tea, and drank it, and poured some more into the slop-basin.
She brushed the heads of the shrimps into the slop-basin with her hand and stood up, evidently offended, from the table.
One tea-pot, one sugar-bowl, one slop-basin, and twelve cups and saucers.
What a mockery too is that piece of green turf, no bigger than a slop-basin.
Aunt M'riar organized the tea-tray to take away and wash up at the sink, after emptying saucer-superfluities into the slop-basin.
"I only wanted information," said her brother, as he deposited the salad in question in the slop-basin.
I suppose that it took an hour and a half to prepare about a slop-basin full of the dried hard sago.
The slop-basin was full of half-burned brown paper, over which tea had been poured.
With a happy inspiration she put her fingers into the slop-basin, and held them up dripping.