For this reason the trough into which it falls from the revolving "wire" is called the "save-all."
Under every lamp stands a sort of "save-all," consisting of a small skin basket for catching the oil that falls over.
DDairy, the business of, generally carried on as a save-all, 96.
The business of the dairy, like the feeding of hogs and poultry, is originally carried on as a save-all.
Another curious illuminating appurtenance was called a save-all or candle-wedge.
A save-all, or small sail, set occasionally under the lower studding-sail or driver-boom, in a fair wind and smooth sea.
Into this save-all water may be admitted to regulate the consistency of the stuff.
Under every lamp stands a sort of “save-all,” consisting of a small skin basket for catching the oil that falls over.