Dr. Boussingault sat with one thick knee covered by his serviette and thrust into the aisle for the garons to stumble over.
I carried it with a knife and fork and a serviette out on the verandah.
The serviette which Paul Harley held outstretched was covered all over with dark purple spots.
He unfolded his serviette with fingers which shook all the time.
He threw down his serviette, rose from the table, and stood before her, broad and big.
"I'm repeating a well-beloved name," she smiled and rose, folding her serviette.
Our brightly burnished mess-tin lids were laid on the table, a neatly folded khaki handkerchief in front of each for serviette.
Shulgovich got up and placed his serviette on the arm of his chair.
"We should really have invited the Señorita to join us," said Silvestre, as he spread his serviette over his knees.
Place the pack face down on the table and cover it with a serviette.
"table napkin," late 15c., from Middle French serviette "napkin, towel" (14c.), of uncertain origin, perhaps from past participle of servir "to serve" (see serve (v.)). Primarily Scottish at first; re-introduced from French 1818.