serviette

[ UK /sˌɜːvɪˈɛt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a small piece of table linen that is used to wipe the mouth and to cover the lap in order to protect clothing
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How To Use serviette In A Sentence

  • The surely insolence of the waiters drove him into a rage, and he flung his serviette to the floor and stalked out of the restaurant.
  • Fortunately we managed to recover our serviettes before they became soaked with melted butter.
  • The surly insolence of the waiters drove him into a rage, and he flung his serviette to the floor and stalked out of the restaurant.
  • Perhaps Cook could still be successfully de-poshed, taught to say the word "serviette" and to look a bit less like a Back to the Future-style preview of Prince William and Kate Middleton's louche ski-holidaying middle son. Now England have won the Ashes, it's time to focus on being liked | Barney Ronay
  • Implements such as tongs and serviettes must be used as far as possible to avoid the direct handling of food.
  • There were plates on the neatly arranged table and glasses and serviettes.
  • I arrange some serviettes on the table, along with some cutlery and utensils.
  • For a change the serviette was not under the food!
  • A creature who can't even stand people who say "serviette" instead of "table-napkin"! ' The Convert
  • When I first began my course at the beginning of the year, there was a tray of forks, spoons, stirrers, sugar, salt, pepper and serviettes permanently on a shelf, which everyone could have access to.
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