collation

[ kuh-ley-shuh n, koh-, ko- ]SEE DEFINITION OF collation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLATION

And so, over this collation, we chatted for quite all of an hour.

During the collation the conversation was principally military.

The age of ballad collection and collation had fairly set in.

Tom and Robert on board the ship were arranging for the collation.

During the collation the brides stood together at the head of the table.

Yet I presume that your ladyship is not insensible to the charms of rout and collation?

Uncle Ben must take the things over to the island for the collation.

The Queen, offended, refused the collation and quitted the promenade.

The collation was a sumptuous one, for when Belfast nabobs do anything, they do it.

The refreshments may be served at tables, or a "stand up" collation given.

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