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At the dancewear booths ringing the lobby, the dance tops for sale were the size of dinner napkins.
Pretty platters and cloth napkins elevate everything.
The Riggin’s main activities could fit on the corner of a cocktail napkin: Sleep, eat, sail, knit.
And there are probably a half-dozen other time bombs just as perilous lurking in the pile of cocktail napkins that is the bill’s current text.
The feeling of a white paper napkin wiping your face, only to spread the orange stains even further.
An easy way to step up your decorations is with your napkins--small details go a long way, and are so easy to come by.
There are white tablecloths, real silverware and napkins, fresh table flowers, candles, Christmas lights.
Elevate the gift by throwing in some paper napkins, maybe some skewers for garnishes and, of course, vodka.
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Origin and Etymology of napkin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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