Examples of porcelain in a Sentence
The bowl is made of porcelain.
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The Shanghai, where her mother’s family hails from, features a jade-like bit of marbled agate and a white and blue porcelain bead akin to a Ming vase.
Peggy and David Rockefeller’s vast collection, ranging from porcelains to Picassos, is poised to set an all-time record at Christie’s—with all proceeds going to charity.
Meanwhile, the exterior, more reminiscent of an amusement park than a shopping center, will be clad in fabric canopies on top and lined with monochrome porcelain panels on the side.
The meal setup included a cloth tablecloth, porcelain dishes, and a flickering votive candle — battery-operated; no flames allowed, of course.
On Riverdale, Madelaine Petsch's character, Cheryl Blossom, may be known for her porcelain complexion and her penchant for matte red lipstick, but IRL?
Sleek porcelain table lamps recede from the scheme.
Macron reportedly ordered a 1,200-piece set of china from Sèvres Manufacturing, a porcelain factory that creates intricate designs and has been the go-to company for French leaders since the 18th century, according to the New York Times.
Four students in doctor-like white gowns, masks and caps serve lunch into reusable porcelain dishes and hand out stainless steel cutlery.
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Origin and Etymology of porcelain
PORCELAIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of porcelain for English Language Learners
: a hard, white substance that is very delicate and that is made by baking clay
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