Examples of silverware in a Sentence
The team has gone two seasons without winning any silverware.
we keep the silverware in a separate drawer
Recent Examples of silverware from the Web
Everything from the silverware on the Crawley dinner table to the period-era bills of correspondence on Mr. Carson’s desk are placed to perfection.
Chairs are knocked over, covered in debris, but some silverware still remains perfectly wrapped in a white napkin atop a table.
In April 2017 Östersunds secured their first piece of domestic silverware, the Svenska Cupen, and the journey is just beginning.
The only sounds in the kitchen were running water and clanging silverware and toothy brush in rhythmic rotation.
The Spaniard took charge of the side last summer, but failed to bring in any silverware.
With the cheapest dinner plate clocking in at $70, and a single silverware setting priced at $730, respectively, just setting the Friendsgiving dinner table for eight people will set you back $6,400.
Meals are served on the church's plates, with silverware and glasses - no plastic or Styrofoam to be found.
Roberts agreed to drop another claim, for ongoing psychological stress from an October 2013 encounter with a mentally-ill man who mad stabbing motions with silverware.
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First Known Use of silverware
SILVERWARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of silverware for English Language Learners
: objects (such as forks, knives, spoons, dishes, teapots, etc.) for serving food and drink that are made of or covered with silver
: forks, knives, and spoons that are made of stainless steel, plastic, etc.
: something (such as a large cup or trophy) that is given as a prize in a sports contest
SILVERWARE Defined for Kids
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