dinnerware

noun
din·​ner·​ware | \ ˈdi-nər-ˌwer How to pronounce dinnerware (audio) \

Definition of dinnerware

: tableware other than flatware

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Synonyms for dinnerware

Synonyms

tableware

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Examples of dinnerware in a Sentence

received three sets of dinnerware as wedding gifts

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The original plates are from online retailer Pourtions, run by couple Dan and Mary Cassidy, which offers dinnerware and glassware all labeled with captioned portions. The Washington Post, cleveland.com, "Macy’s pulls plates that say a meal is ‘skinny jeans’ or ‘mom jeans’ size," 22 July 2019 The original plates are from online retailer Pourtions, run by couple Dan and Mary Cassidy, which offers dinnerware and glassware all labeled with captioned portions. Hannah Denham, BostonGlobe.com, "Macy’s pulls plates that say a meal is ‘skinny jeans’ or ‘mom jeans’ size," 22 July 2019 An industrial designer who devised one of America’s top-selling dinnerware collections to date, Wright rejected the distinction between indoors and out and spent years landscaping this abandoned quarry with outdoor rooms and pristine sight lines. New York Times, "An Upstate Culture Crawl, Thanks to a $2 Trolley That Drops You Door to Door," 24 July 2019 The original plates are from online retailer Pourtions, run by couple Dan and Mary Cassidy, which offers dinnerware and glassware all labeled with captioned portions. Hannah Denham, BostonGlobe.com, "Macy’s pulls plates that say a meal is ‘skinny jeans’ or ‘mom jeans’ size," 22 July 2019 In order to store all her dinnerware, Grodner extended the kitchen cabinets to the ceiling. Sarah Cook, al, "This Tuscaloosa home is ready for your gameday stay," 21 Aug. 2019 The original plates are from online retailer Pourtions, run by couple Dan and Mary Cassidy, which offers dinnerware and glassware all labeled with captioned portions. Hannah Denham, BostonGlobe.com, "Macy’s pulls plates that say a meal is ‘skinny jeans’ or ‘mom jeans’ size," 22 July 2019 Her team delivered, dressing the Board of Trade with pillars of candles, white linens, and gold dinnerware. Dave Quinn, PEOPLE.com, "Go Inside Reagan Charleston's 'Perfect' Southern Charm New Orleans Wedding," 2 Aug. 2019 Other artifacts that will help archaeologists further identify and date the shipwreck include ceramic dinnerware, glass bottles, stoneware jugs, an anchor, wire rope rigging, a windlass, and a ship's bell, reported NOAA. Marcy De Luna, Houston Chronicle, "NOAA researchers discover two unexplored shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico," 30 July 2019

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First Known Use of dinnerware

1843, in the meaning defined above

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dinnerware

noun

English Language Learners Definition of dinnerware

chiefly US : plates, bowls, glasses, etc., that are used for serving and eating dinner

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