Recent Examples of dishware from the Web
The proportions are refreshingly normal compared to the sea of oversized dishware that’s taken over home store shelves.
Footage from the incident appears to show one women punching and kicking Hourani among the rows of tables, with the two eventually tussling in a corner booth as the other women throw dishware, glasses and chairs in Hourani’s direction.
Despite sparkling wine's tony image, SportClub will serve its food on disposable dishware made from post-consumer recycled products; the only flatware will be bamboo sporks and wooden chopsticks, Eitel said.
On a recent day, at the network’s 12-bedroom Hope House in Santa Rosa, patients chatted in the dining room, where red plastic dishware had been set on a table for lunch.
All the same, Mr. Nilsson’s hallmarks abound: Beds of forest moss, modest wooden spoons, and whimsical dishware suggest a woodsy fairy tale.
The kitchen is fully stocked with dishware and pots and pans.
The vintage dishware even inspired the party's prim-but-not-precious palette of soft pinks tempered with edgier metallics.
The choking tangle of laws that dictate how to handle everything, from dishware to vaginal discharge, was stifling.
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DISHWARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dishware for English Language Learners
: plates, bowls, cups, etc., that are usually part of a set
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