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dinnerware

[din-er-wair] /ˈdɪn ərˌwɛər/
noun
1.
china, glasses, and silver used for table service.
Origin
1890-1895
1890-95; dinner + ware1
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Examples for dinnerware
  • Tables began sliding and dinnerware was flying everywhere, he says.
  • The district will purchase reusable eating utensils and dinnerware.
  • Rent or borrow party supplies such as tables, linens, and dinnerware rather than purchasing your own.
  • Some pots, pans and dishes may be available, but it is suggested that guests bring their own cooking supplies and dinnerware.
  • Cabins also come equipped with minimal dishes, pots and pans and dinnerware.
  • Such dinnerware was not inexpensive, but could be purchased through any mail-order catalogue of the day.

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