a small spoon with a pierced bowl for removing tea leaves from a cup of tea.
[moh-tet] /moʊˈtɛt/ noun, Music. 1. a vocal composition in polyphonic style, on a Biblical or similar prose text, intended for use in a church service. /məʊˈtɛt/ noun 1. a polyphonic choral composition used as an anthem in the Roman Catholic service n. “choral composition on a sacred text,” late 14c., from Old French motet (13c.), […]
[moi-tee] /ˈmɔɪ ti/ adjective, moitier, moitiest. 1. full of . [moht] /moʊt/ noun 1. a small particle or speck, especially of dust. 2. . /məʊt/ noun 1. a tiny speck /məʊt/ verb (past) moste (məʊst) 1. (takes an infinitive without to) (archaic) may or might n. “particle of dust,” Old English mot, of unknown origin; […]
[mawth, moth] /mɔθ, mɒθ/ noun, plural moths [mawth z, moth z, mawths, moths] /mɔðz, mɒðz, mɔθs, mɒθs/ (Show IPA) 1. any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from the butterflies by having feathery antennae and by having crepuscular or nocturnal habits. 2. . /mɒθ/ noun 1. any of numerous insects of the […]
[mawth-bawl, moth-] /ˈmɔθˌbɔl, ˈmɒθ-/ noun 1. a small of naphthalene or sometimes of camphor for placing in closets or other storage areas to repel from clothing, blankets, etc. verb (used with object) 2. to put into storage or reserve; inactivate. adjective 3. inactive; unused; stored away: a mothball fleet. Idioms 4. in mothballs, /ˈmɒθˌbɔːl/ noun […]