A covered kettle with a spout and handle, used for boiling water, as for tea.(noun)
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Use "teakettle" in a sentence
"Tish leaned over and, taking the teakettle from the fire, poured more water into the foot-tub."
""The general response to the lawsuits was that it was the pot calling the teakettle black," said Billy Pidgeon, a game analyst with M2Research."
"A large, heavy-paper funnel is put in the nose of the teakettle which is boiling on the gas range."