Origin of calabash
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How to use calabash in a sentence
The woman who was the spokesperson held out a calabash, a hollowed out gourd traditionally used to hold the cutters' instruments.
The timing of Calabash, as everyone here seems to acknowledge, throws that debate into sharp relief.
It's in this spirit that Calabash surely puts the festival back into the term literary festival.
I handed him the calabash, and the liquor pleasing his palate, he drank it all off.The Arabian Nights|Unknown
Of this a great calabash was brought in, and poured out into black bowls made of soft and porous clay.A Frontier Mystery|Bertram Mitford
The baobal is very distinct from the calabash-tree of America, with which it has been confounded by Father Labat.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
A couple of spades, a trowel and a calabash were their only tools, but our adventurer was a knowing man, and "knowledge is power."
It is now no longer the head of the player that furnishes the resonance, but the substituted calabash.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt