Recent Examples of napkin from the Web
Galloway’s 4-year-old son sat at a table, eating potato chips from a napkin.
The group lays out some rules for eating hot dogs: use paper and not cloth napkins, and paper plates, never china.
Fancy Grilled Cheese Prefer your comfort food with a cloth napkin and a wine pairing?
There are extra large pockets on the sides to hold napkins or skewers for your s'mores after a long day of hiking.
There has been no surer way to beef up an offer from another suitor in recent off-seasons than to take some ridiculous figure that Vivek Ranadivé scribbled on a napkin.
On her table sits a variety of items that might come in handy: a lint roller and hand mirror for last-minute tidying up, mints and cough drops, napkins and small bottles of water.
Many of them also express their ~sheer (sarcastic) excitement~ about the thought of floating around on a massive sanitary napkin this summer.
Mike found a table, grabbed a pen from the counter and a handful of brown napkins and began to write.
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Origin and Etymology of napkin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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