[ US /ˈdɪnɝˌwɛɹ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɪnəwˌe‍ə/ ]
  1. the tableware (plates and platters and serving bowls etc.) used in serving a meal
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How To Use dinnerware In A Sentence

  • It is my mom's everyday dinnerware of choice, because she says it won't break.
  • ‘The fashion-conscious,’ the company gushes, ‘can unlock their creative juices to design dinnerware that reflects their individual personality and styles.’
  • She walked into the kitchen, absently noting that her files on the dinner table were now replaced with three sets of dinnerware, a cutting board and a plastic container of assorted vegetables.
  • Their durability, in fact, is what has long kept restaurant dinnerware in circulation - not in kitchens, but at flea markets and antiques stores.
  • To protect yourself, determine what your cookware, bakeware, dinnerware, and utensils are made of; you'll probably need to contact the manufacturer to check.
  • The merry din of talk, laughter, music, and clattering dinnerware spills outside.
  • It had a long, slim table with dinnerware already set and ready for a meal.
  • For purchase the inner glazed tableware, it is wise to choose underglaze color and glazed dinnerware.
  • Huge banqueting halls with elaborate architectural elements were usually located in the northern wings of the palaces, and were provided with ceramic kitchen and dinnerware.
  • When I bought a fancy set of dinnerware from the Ken Edwards factory in Tocolo near Quadalajara, I was assured again that anything from a company which ships to the U.S. has to follow U.S. standards for ceramic glazes and all colors are perfectly safe. Water bottle holder question
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