platter[ plat-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF platter
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"That's the outside o' the cup an' platter," she said knowingly.
Tsian Tang brought out a platter of red amber on which lay a carbuncle.
She held so fast by the fine polish of the outside of the cup and platter.
She could see well enough when she was trying to pick a choice morsel from the platter.
She picked up a platter and proceeded to wipe it, quite as a matter of course.
Rucker's headin' in from the kitchen, bearin' aloft a platter of ham an' cabbage.
The Irishman leaned back and surveyed the platter where the steak had been.
All went well, until a platter was passed with a kind of meat that was strange to me.
Then we'd go to the Medical Center and hand it to them on a platter.
The ritual of chalice and platter has servitors to see to it.