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salad fork

noun
1.
a small, broad fork, usually one of a set, for eating salad or dessert.
Origin of salad fork
1915-1920
1915-20
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  • The salad fork, which will usually be the third used, is thus laid nearest to the plate.

    Etiquette Emily Post
  • One day, as they sat together at a rather silent dinner, a sudden thought made Pat drop his salad fork and look up at his father.

    Honey-Sweet Edna Turpin
  • For a second the pink fades out of her cheeks, and the salad fork she'd been holdin' rattles into her plate.

    The House of Torchy Sewell Ford
  • Various articles may be added, such as oyster fork, bouillon spoon, salad fork and so forth.

  • There were a salad fork and a dessert spoon still untouched beside our plates.

    The Fifth Wheel Olive Higgins Prouty
  • My host may overlook the fact that I am using the salad fork for fish; not so his English butler.

    Bizarre Lawton Mackall

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