fruit jar

fruit jar
noun

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a glass jar for preserving fruit or vegetables, usually holding one pint or one quart and having an airtight cap. Cf. Mason jar.
[1860-65, Amer.]

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fruit jar,
a large-mouthed jar, usually of glass, which can be sealed airtight to preserve fruit and other canned produce.

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