Definition of Ketchup bottle
1. Noun. A bottle that holds catsup.
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Literary usage of Ketchup bottle
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1. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1917)
"The habit of leaving a tomato ketchup bottle upon the table where the material adheres to the rim and becomes hardened to a gummy paste, ..."
2. The First Year of Science by John Charles Hessler (1915)
"You can carry out the experiment of c with a small-mouth bottle, such as a vinegar or ketchup bottle, and a kitchen funnel (Fig. 3). ..."
3. Common Science by Carleton Wolsey Washburne (1920)
"Take a ketchup bottle with a screw cap and a cork that fits tightly. Fill it to the top with water; put a long pin beside the cork while you insert it, ..."
4. A Manual of Personal Hygiene: Proper Living Upon a Physiologic Basis by Walter Lytle Pyle (1917)
"A ketchup bottle can be kept a long time without fermentation if it is carefully opened, kept on ice when not in use, the rim and cork always being kept ..."
5. Pesticides And Food Safety by Environmental Protection Agency (1993)
"In this maze, see if you can find the correct path from the tomatoes growing in the field to the ketchup bottle at the barbecue. Although it takes about a ..."