Definition of tablecloths

Common misspellings:
  • tableclothes (86.7%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. Most of the meetings were still held in the houses of members but as early as November 1886 an ordinary meeting was held at Willis's Rooms King Street St James's at that time an ultra respectable rendezvous for societies of the most select character keeping up an old fashioned ceremonial of crimson tablecloths elaborate silver candlesticks and impressively liveried footmen - The History of the Fabian Society by Edward R. Pease

  2. Even tablecloths and napkins and 'white' dresses are frequently colored a pale yellow although pale blue has the actinic qualities of white for this purpose and is now perhaps more frequently used than yellow - The Film Mystery by Arthur B. Reeve

  3. Here in shady spots tablecloths were spread and soon everybody seemed to be opening a basket and the feast was on - Green Valley by Katharine Reynolds