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dishware

[dish-wair] /ˈdɪʃˌwɛər/
noun
1.
dishes used for food; tableware.
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50; dish + ware1
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Examples from the web for dishware
  • Enjoy the color and beauty of your dishware by using it for decoration.
  • Switch to durable dishware for everyday employee use.
  • Silverware and dishware may undergo normal processing and cleaning using standard procedures.
  • Linens are supplied along with all dishware, utensils, pots and pans and bakeware.
  • Replace disposable utensils and plates with reusable dishware.
  • Home style washers are not allowed to wash any dishware.
  • Set your picnic table with reusable dishware, silverware, and washable cloth napkins and tablecloths.
  • Scrub with baking soda to remove coffee and other stains on dishware.
  • Caterers were asked to use reusable dishware, utensils, and napkins as frequently as possible.

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