pot (part of speech: noun)
- So the teapot was on his table every day. - "Stories of New Jersey", Frank Richard Stockton.
- He appeared shortly with a huge teapot in one hand and a jug of hot water in the other, calling hospitably, Come away, and have a cup- a- tea, whatefer. - "The End of the Rainbow", Marian Keith.
- She used to come to see my wife about some work they wanted her to do, and I was now and again sent up with a message to the cottage, and Captain Ogilvy always invited me in to take a glass out of his old teapot. - "The Lighthouse", Robert Ballantyne.