Recent Examples of salver from the Web
The late salver Mel Fisher displayed the bar in an acrylic case at his Key West museum, where visitors could touch it.
The plow, in short, has been cleaned, polished and turned on its side as a salver to serve adorable canapes in a posh lounge that once was a barn.
A few minutes later, the valet came back with the same salver holding one cigarette.
Virginia Wade’s Wimbledon champion’s plate — or salver, as any proper Englishwoman would call it — is packed in a box, awaiting her imminent move from the Upper East Side of Manhattan to a new apartment near Manhasset, on Long Island.
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Origin and Etymology of salver
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Definition of salver for English Language Learners
: a tray that is used for serving food or drinks on formal occasions
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