dinnerware

[din-er-wair]
noun
china, glasses, and silver used for table service.

Origin:
1890–95; dinner + ware1

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Example sentences
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.
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