In front of the fire sat the Carrier, with nearly all of his best clothes on, and gazing at a warming-pan.
Why, gentlemen, who does trouble himself about a warming-pan?
In the same lot was a warming-pan of the time of Charles II.
It was a large watch of the double-cased “warming-pan” tribe.
Then she put in some glowing coals, and told Harry that the warming-pan was ready.
He pulled out a watch of the warming-pan type and consulted it.
"And can never, of course, require a warming-pan," remarked Frank.
They do not use it as a warming-pan; but it warms them for all that.
If the one blew trumpets in procession, the other collected the offertory in a warming-pan.
The wind, however, was shrewd and searching, and Lancelot was accustomed to a warming-pan.