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glassware

noun as in tableware

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Many of us likely remember some iconic piece of Pyrex glassware in a mom or grandma’s kitchen.

From Eater

It’s evening in Arkansas and Joanna Brandt has just closed down her shop, a funky boutique with locally homemade salsa sold next to vintage glassware and embroidered pillows.

From Time

Raimo, who has served as chief executive for 28 years and will retire in January, says that when she first came up with the idea of having students create the glassware, people looked at her in a way that said, “You have lost your mind.”

For example, in “Marie Kondo-ing the RV,” we learn that they had to leave behind their tiki mugs and purge their glassware because of the clattering sound.

Part of what makes dining at Gado Gado special is that none of the plates and glassware match, which means each time you dine there it might be a little different.

From Eater

The flowers bloom, the glassware tinkles in sidewalk cafés… and marchers hit the streets in huge numbers.

Here he yawned upward chastely, and the quaking of Martinho made the glassware dance.

A Scotchman who had recently married brought from London a goodly supply of fine glassware for the new home.

Ricky's table-cloth of violent-hued peasant linen was not in keeping with the china and glassware Letty-Lou had set out upon it.

His duties were to take good care of and clean the glassware and silverware.

Besides, I can help with some of that glassware that disappeared out of my supplies several days ago.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glassware, such as: silverware, dishes, forks, glasses, knives, and spoons.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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