"Hell of a pitcher," Paul Dawkins mumbled.
Ol' Woodie was the greatest pitcher ever.
A pitcher of lemonade was on the table.
"I'm obliged to return the picture so I shouldn't have let it out of my hands," he muttered as he reached for a pitcher of orange juice.
"Café Richard is a pretty swank place," Fred said, rising and refilling Mrs. Byrne's glass from a crystal pitcher Dean hadn't seen since his mother died.
You just had a pitcher of beer or two, right?
She pushed herself away from the door and crossed to a small pitcher of water and basin in the corner.
Hilden watched her as she strode to a pitcher of wine perched on the hearth.
PITCHER PLANTS, in botany, the name given to plants in which the leaves bear pitcher-like structures or are pitcher-like in form.
In the terrestrial type a pair of well-developed wings traverse the length of the pitcher; in the tubular or funnelshaped form the wings are narrow or ridge-like.
The short straight or curved process from the back of the pitcher behind the lid represents the organic apex of the leaf (A in fig.
The size of the pitcher varies widely in the different species, from an inch to a foot or more in depth.
His attributes are a pitcher, cornucopiae (", horn of plenty"), rushes, marine animals and a sceptre.
The Sarraceniaceae contain the genera Sarracenia, Darlingtonia, Heliamphora, while the true pitcher plants or Nepenthaceae consist of the single large genus Nepenthes.
The curious pitcher-plant, Cephalotus follicularis, comprises a separate natural order Cephalotaceae, closely allied to the Saxifragaceae.
If she finds anything in her way, she flings it on the floor, no matter what it is: a glass, a pitcher, or even a lamp.