He brought a basin full of lukewarm water and a table napkin.
I sat down at the little table; a table napkin was placed on my plate.
The doubtful accommodation of the table napkin also we were glad to accept.
"Bless my life" exclaimed Mr. Earlsdown throwing down his fork and tossing his table napkin to the butler.
The cook, bent on obtaining his wish, presented him with a table napkin and begged him to use that instead of canvas.
He gave the alpenstock a rub with the table napkin before placing it and his old mountaineering companion against the bag.
Whereupon he became suddenly embarrassed, and pulled out a handkerchief the size of a table napkin.
Serviette is the word always used in British territory for table napkin.
He wrapped the bottle up to its neck in a table napkin and poured out wine for himself and for Pierre.
Fortunately, there was a vacant room in the inn, and here I was at once supplied with the smallest of basins and a table napkin.