dinner party

NOUN
  1. a party of people assembled to have dinner together
    guests should never be late to a dinner party
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How To Use dinner party In A Sentence

  • He lacks any backbone, as becomes apparent during the toe-curling dinner party that forms the play.
  • Those who admitted taking coke said they might take some at a dinner party - shared with other guests - and also at house parties. Times, Sunday Times
  • I suppose every society needs its self-appointed professional disapprovers, but they really wouldn't be much fun to sit next to at a dinner party.
  • They intruded on our dinner party
  • One night, at a New York dinner party in the mid-1990s, Coplans unceremoniously expelled the hostess from her own kitchen, quartered some oranges, added them to the chicken and recooked it.
  • The host of the dinner party sent my wife a wonderful bouquet of flowers and a card apologising for the grave discourtesy of a fellow guest.
  • Probably not the ideal dinner party guest. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thank goodness we've ducked out of the dinner party thing.
  • Thus, in the middle of the dinner party, Miles announces that the team of solicitors he works for is called "Nasty, British and Short"; Anna, who bonded with Miles years before over repartee like "you can go assonate yourself", explains puns to Brooke with examples including "there's no business like slow business". There but for the, by Ali Smith – review
  • In 2003, the Group President Saree Tangsirisaree had this photo taken with Canada's Minister of Citizenship and Imigration, the Honourable Judy Sgro at a dinner party.
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