Overpowering her dire confusion, in obedience to him, she looked at the epergne, and listened.
Howell and James would send him the epergne they had designed for a czar.
Lucy lingered a moment, ostensibly looking at the epergne, really drying her tears away.
A vase of flowers or a basket of growing plants can replace the epergne.
epergne, e-pėrn′, n. an ornamental stand for a large dish for the centre of a table.
The epergne is supported by a base representing the genius of America.
Then, on bending forward a little to glance behind an epergne, I found a face which it surprised and pleased me to see.
And just then his eye fell upon the epergne, a very old and beautiful piece of silver, that graced the dinner-table.
The modern ornaments of epergne or plateau were supplied by images of the gods, wrought in bronze, ivory, and silver.
He anathematised an epergne which to-night seemed more than usually obstructive.