A metallic vessel, with a wide mouth, often without a cover, used for heating and boiling water or other liguids.
A vessel in which wort from the mash is boiled with hops. Also called a copper, from the traditional material used in a Kettle's construction.
A vessel of iron, copper, or other metal, of convenient shape and size, used for heating tar, asphalt, etc.
A group of migrating birds of prey soaring upward on rising air currents. The spiraling shape of the birds suggests boiling liquid in a kettle.
A depression formed in drift or till (commonly found in moraines) as a result of large blocks of ice trapped in the drift melting after the glacier has retreated, allowing the overlying drift to settle and form a depression.
(1) (Geology) A depression left in a mass of Glacial Drift, formed by the melting of an isolated block of glacial ice. (2) A pothole.
A steep-sided, bowl-shaped depression commonly without surface drainage; usually formed by a large detached block of stagnant ice that had been partially or wholly buried in the drift.
A depression formed in glacial deposits when a buried block of ice, left behind by a retreating glacier, melts.
a device for containing liquid within a confined space so that the liquid can be heated by an internal or external source of heat
A portable device for heating asphalt.
Invaluable piece of equipment when its all going wrong. Use to make tea or coffee to accompany quantities of chocolate.
A metal vessel for heating asphalt.