Recent Examples of tablecloth from the Web
Why don’t their spirits don tablecloths or wagon covers and keep him company?
That cook, meanwhile, creates a dark, smoky crust that elevates it above the prime rib at a white tablecloth restaurant.
Abhi's interior has formal elements, like tables with black tablecloths and lacquered black wood chairs.
To anchor your tablecloth in a breeze, clip a fishing sinker onto each corner (see a how-to at marthastewart.com/tablecloth-weights).
Remnants left after tablecloths are sewn are cut into napkins.
L'Nique rents tablecloths, overlays, napkins, charger plates, table runners, placemats, chair covers, sashes, and accessories.
In the restaurant world, barbecue celebrates a careless abandonment of formality--focusing on the smoker and the pit, rather than tablecloths or even chairs.
A double-decker cake, featuring a rainbow and an angel, was set out on a purple tablecloth in the garage facing the neighborhood street.
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First Known Use of tablecloth
TABLECLOTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tablecloth for English Language Learners
: a cloth that is placed on a table before other objects are placed on it
TABLECLOTH Defined for Kids
Definition of tablecloth for Students
: a covering spread over a dining table before the places are set
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