dining table

NOUN
  1. a table at which meals are served
    a feast was spread upon the board
    he helped her clear the dining table
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How To Use dining table In A Sentence

  • Porduct: Dining table, Dining chair, Coffee table, Magazine rack.
  • You won't have to lay out a fortune for this dining table.
  • The camp greeted us with the surreal vision of a linen-covered dining table set on the bank, aglow in candlelight and sparkling crystal.
  • This afternoon we have bought a new sofa, a dining table and six chairs and a sideboard!
  • Can we extend the legs of this dining table?
  • During the baroque period, when the dining table was elaborately decorated, candy bowls and vessels such as this were displayed around large centerpieces or placed on special stands.
  • We ordered a dining table and four chairs and were given a delivery time of two weeks.
  • New Heights, for instance, which makes good-quality, unfussy wooden furniture, has dining tables and chairs, as well as sideboards, with or without dresser tops.
  • The list also shows MPs can claim up to £1,000 for a bed, £250 for a coffee table, £600 for a dining table, £500 for a dressing table, £550 for a fridge-freezer and £200 for a blender. The John Lewis List
  • First, the idea that the acme of being civilised is lying around your dining table gassing about culture and politics in a nice city, while the slaves do the washing up.
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