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ladle out

verb

  1. informal.
    tr, adverb to distribute (money, gifts, etc) generously


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Example Sentences

The men dip in baskets, or maunds, expressly made for this purpose, and ladle out the quivering fish by hundreds into the boats.

Will you now place your hand in this boiling metal and ladle out a portion of it?

So ye see, ye can't ladle out purp stuff about a 'dyin' stranger' to Rube.

One of the party had taken on himself to ladle out the punch.

She began to ladle out spoonful after spoonful and put it into the little brown teapot, which she then filled up with hot water.

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