O, I don't know,—perhaps as big as the top of the dining-table.
He threw the paper from him in sudden exultation, and danced in to the dining-table.
The form of the dining-table resembled that of the dining-room.
Beth sat at the dining-table with a book before her, taking no notice.
Seated beside the dining-table there, with her head buried in her arms, sat his little wife.
She was sitting beside the dining-table, balancing a pencil on her finger as she spoke.
Such was the memento which St Augustine had inscribed upon his dining-table.
Fruits and nuts are at least the poetry of the dining-table.
He walked to the dining-table and tossed its cover-cloth on a chair.
The dining-table should be arranged in as old-fashioned a style as possible.