housewares

[hous-wairz]
plural noun
articles of household equipment, as kitchen utensils, or glassware.

Origin:
1920–25; house + ware1 + -s3

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housewares (ˈhaʊsˌwɛəz)
 
pl n
(US), (Canadian) kitchenware and other utensils for use in the home

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Example sentences
Pressure cookers are sold in housewares sections of department stores and in
  cookware and hardware stores.
Start in the design district, known for its furniture and housewares shops, on
  the street's south end.
Being a low cost producer for cheap trinkets for gum ball machines, toys,
  clothing and housewares.
The house is full of period tools, housewares and furniture for visitors to see.
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