table d'hôte

[ tah-buhl -doht, tab-uhl; French tabluh -doht ]
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It is only in a coffee-room or at a table d'hote that we like to converse with strangers.

Last year I started this table d'hote, and sent cards out—you know.

It was a curious medley at the table d'hote, at the Hotel de Bordeaux.

"Just as you please," she said; and at that moment the table d'hote bell rang.

If I did not find her at a table d'hote, I would see her in a railway carriage.

"Not less than a table d'hote will hold you," Charity smiled, wanly.

I tell him I'll do that, if he'll get one where we can dine at the table d'hote.

When he received it he and Wrinkles and Great Grief went to a table d'hote.

Perhaps he would like me to engage as a waiter there and pay it off by serving at the table d'hote.

Mr. Hayward, his sister, and Virginia, were dining at a Swiss table d'hote.