kitchenware

[ UK /kˈɪt‍ʃənwˌe‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˈkɪtʃənˌwɛɹ/ ]
NOUN
  1. hardware utensils for use in a kitchen
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How To Use kitchenware In A Sentence

  • Ceramic designer Emma Bridgewater has regular sales in schools and village halls where you can snap up seconds, over-runs and samples of kitchenware, china, textiles and glass.
  • The ‘Smart Home’ with all kinds of appliances from kitchenware to burglar alarms controlled by a single electronic device has been the dream of householders for decades.
  • Carl Kleiner's new book of Ikea photography does for kitchenware what Renaissance painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo did for vegetables in his weird portraits of men with bulging onion cheeks and tufty carrot beards. Skye Sherwin: A Good Look
  • It's really not a complicated piece of kitchenware, that is until someone decides to change the tune of that whistle. OhGizmo!
  • Particularly in the north of England and Scotland the word tinker was applied not only to people who roamed around fixing kitchenware, but to any vagrant or itinerant. podictionary - for word lovers - dictionary etymology, trivia & history
  • The MFAH shows off a different kind of kitchenware Houston Press | Complete Issue
  • The pantry contains a full-size refrigerator, trash containers, and shelves and drawers for kitchenware.
  • On her hands and knees, she scrambled to her left, then rose to her feet by a stall selling kitchenware. CHAMELEON
  • plain utilitarian kitchenware
  • The options available for 'kitchenware' are: Small Kitchenware Large Kitchenware As in many Harvest Moon games, a small kitchen only accommodates a limited number of Utensils. IGN Complete
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