tablecloth

[ tey-buh l-klawth, -kloth ]SEE DEFINITION OF tablecloth

Synonyms for tablecloth

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"Please do not call me Princess," said the girl, looking down at the tablecloth.

The girl slowly shook her head, her eyes on the tablecloth before her.

Next morning the boy was hungry again, but there was no tablecloth and so no breakfast.

You are a cheat, North Wind; you have taken back your tablecloth.

The colonel had the tablecloth, rolled in a bundle, beneath his arm.

From the corner of his eye he watched her as she unfolded the tablecloth.

She found fault with the dish towels; they were almost as bad as the tablecloth, she said.

Captain Cy thoughtfully marked with his fork on the tablecloth.

Didn't I hear them myself about the tablecloth that one said was the sail of a boat.'

His head and body above the tablecloth had a rigid immobility.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from table (n.) + cloth.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR TABLECLOTH

table linen

nountable coverings
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