Definition of platter
platterfulplay \ˈpla-tər-ˌfu̇l\ noun
- can have the presidency on a platter
- —Jonathan Daniels
large platters of hot turkey and ham
The chicken platter comes with fries and coleslaw.
She ordered the seafood platter.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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having a quality expressive of sadness
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