a deep bowl set upon a stem terminating in a foot and having two handles rising from the brim and curving downward to join the body.
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Spanish fly (def 1). cantharis, Spanish fly (def 2). Also called cantharides. a preparation of powdered blister beetles, especially the Spanish fly, used medicinally as a counterirritant, diuretic, and aphrodisiac. Also, Spanishfly. Also called cantharis. a common European blister beetle, Cantharis (Lytta) vesicatoria, that yields this preparation. Historical Examples The Ladies Book of Useful Information […]
noun any beetle of the family Cantharidae, having a soft elongated body; though found frequenting flowers, they are carnivorous Historical Examples Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various
the angle or corner on each side of the eye, formed by the junction of the upper and lower lids. noun (pl) -thi (-ˌθaɪ) the inner or outer corner or angle of the eye, formed by the natural junction of the eyelids can’thal (-thəl) adj.