card table

  1. a small light table with folding legs; can be folded for storage
  2. a table for playing cards (as in a casino)
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How To Use card table In A Sentence

  • Stern-faced caryatids with gilded wings support card tables, above legs carved as muscular lions' paws; gilded acanthus leaves curl around the pillars of center tables and sideboards. Furniture for a Young Nation
  • A group of soundmen from different stations had started a poker game on a foldaway card table. Alienated
  • Soon a fan the size of a card table is pulling the bad air out the street door.
  • Marber may or may not be a poker player, but he understands that the competitiveness and stoicism of the card table opens up manifold opportunities for exploring the male psyche.
  • The legs on our card table collapse so we can store it in the closet.
  • There were five tables, each slightly larger than a card table. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • You just told me you felt alive for the first time at a fucking card table.
  • Year round, it was always just airish enough to keep the reptile population in her lean-to down to a bare minimum, and with the deck chairs she had sitting around her card table, it was easy not even to take notice of them, so to speak. DEFILEMENT OUTSIDE OF HEAVEN, TWO MILES
  • He swung the hedge trimmer on a plane as even as a card table. RUNNING FROM THE LAW
  • Old movie stars stared out over a leatherette couch, a television, a rack of videocassettes, a card table with a few chairs.
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