table napkin

  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 table napkin In A Sentence

  • She dabbed her mouth with her table napkin.
  • She dabbed her mouth with her table napkin.
  • The maid then shook out a large linen table napkin which she placed across the lap of Artemis's best frock.
  • The table napkin found its way into Mei-Feng's hands and had been twisted and turned into weird shapes.
  • She did beautiful needlework and she embroidered table napkins.
  • Liz, unfold your table napkin.
  • She was fiddling with her table napkin nervously.
  • Then there are long strands of beads and weird exotic flowers in deep colours to wind around trees, banisters, mantelpieces and even table napkins.
  • The museum's eclectic collection spans 400 years and includes rare pieces like a 1565 Elizabethan table napkin.
  • Mike got out a pen from his pocket and drew four columns on a table napkin.
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