Origin of fruit jar
Examples from the Web for fruit jar
"I sho got plenty chancet to worry ifen I wants to," she mused, as she sipped water from a fruit-jar foul with fingermarks.
Mama Duck pushed the dog away from a cracked pitcher on the floor and refilled her fruit-jar.
He was instantly in the fruit-jar, where he seemed perfectly contented, sailing and diving as if he were on the pond.The Believing Years|Edmund Lester Pearson
Add a cup of water, and, when cold, put it in a bottle or fruit-jar.Health on the Farm|H. F. Harris
A large chimney, or fruit-jar, may be used to surround the leaves, and to keep currents of air from them.The Study of Elementary Electricity and Magnetism by Experiment|Thomas M. St. John