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dining table

a table, especially one seating several persons, where meals are served and eaten, especially the major or more formal meals.
1585-95 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The tropical-inspired decor is understated and includes ample seating, a desk and a dining table.
  • Deep wine list accompanies fresh catch at communal oak dining table.
  • The food is all put on the dining table and every one helps himself.
  • At his home they had already seen him compulsively realign silverware on his dining table and milk cartons in his refrigerator.
  • Its interesting the role of food in culture and the common place of a dining table for important meetings.
  • The top of a dining table, as an example, is approximately continuous at the scale of the people who use it.
  • There was a bed of edibles, smartly planted close to the dining table.
  • Down the middle of the dining room is a long communal dining table with a huge vase of slightly older flowers in the middle.
  • At the family dining table it serves as a reminder of the unity of the family.
  • The dining table stood on a platform with a canopy overhead, giving the effect of an indoor gazebo.

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