Definition of crockery
Examples of crockery in a Sentence
a display of beautifully hand-painted crockery on the kitchen countertop
Recent Examples of crockery from the Web
People in period costumes dance to the swing music filling the air, while others shop for old-fashioned crockery and clothes.
Their marriage is in a severe rut and has been for years, but Jacobs spares us the tedium of backstory and exposition, or worse, the movie-friendly spectacle of angry voices and shattered crockery.
Yet the crockery-breaking leader has shown signs of evolving.
Her research showed original tenants at 21 Douglas Ave. included a dry goods crockery with a saloon in the basement, and H. & C.'s Clothing Store at 19 Douglas Ave.
The right channel shows an inner room with a cupboard filled with blue-and-white Delft-like crockery.
Does your Nordic crockery have a lovely dove-gray and pink color scheme?
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First Known Use of crockery
CROCKERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crockery for English Language Learners
: pots or jars made of baked clay used for cooking
: plates, dishes, and cups used in dining
CROCKERY Defined for Kids
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