tables d'hôte

[ tah-buh l doht, tab-uh l; French tabluh doht ]SEE DEFINITION OF tables d'hôte
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Paula's avoidance of tables d'hote did not extend to the present one.

He is well known in all the tables d'hote, where there are women, and where they deal a healthy little game after dinner.

Twice or thrice a week they dined at French or Italian tables d'hote in a cloud of smoke, and brag and unshorn hair.