noun British, Australian.
Origin of punnet
Examples from the Web for punnet
Incidentally he alluded quite familiarly to men with military titles, and once even to someone with a title, a Lady Punnet.Kipps|H. G. Wells
Prime fruit ought to be scarce and dear, picked careful, and kept in the punnet.
Forty or fifty years ago a punnet or two of the attractive vivid scarlet fruit might be seen in season at Covent Garden Market.The Khedive's Country|George Manville Fenn
Your gardener said to me this morning: 'I'll pick a "punnet" of strawberries to-day.'His Lordship's Leopard|David Dwight Wells
British Dictionary definitions for punnet
Word Origin for punnet
Word Origin and History for punnet
"small, round chip basket," 1822, chiefly British, of obscure origin.