Simple Definition of earthenware
: a heavy substance that is made by baking clay and that is usually covered with another substance (called a glaze) before it is baked so that it will not absorb water
Full Definition of earthenware
: ceramic ware made of slightly porous opaque clay fired at low heat
Examples of earthenware
The dish is made of earthenware.
<a wide array of hand-painted earthenware available at the craft fair>
First Known Use of earthenware
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EARTHENWARE Defined for Kids
Definition of earthenware
: things (as dishes) made of baked clay
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