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A tiny spoon with a roundish deep bowl, used for serving oneself with salt.
- ‘Cramer saw butter and tea knives, a salt spoon, and a teaspoon.’
- ‘We have lots of Open Salt Spoons, both for Individual and Table Salts as well as some for Mustard and Jelly.’
- ‘Not only do we have salt cellars, but we also have silver plated salt spoons.’
salt spoon/ˈsôlt ˌspo͞on/
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