IPA: tˈeɪbʌɫkɫɔθ


  • A cloth used to cover and protect a table, especially for a dining table.

Examples of "tablecloth" in Sentences

  • Imagine a tablecloth with marbles on it.
  • The tablecloth was donated to the Smithsonian.
  • A tablecloth is a cloth used to cover a table.
  • The tablecloth was supposed to be newly bedecked.
  • This table is covered by a white linen tablecloth.
  • If the window has new drapes, then the tablecloth is not.
  • The clear plastic over a lovely tablecloth is a good idea.
  • The tablecloth was a very old one, darned in a score places.
  • The bill is written directly on the disposable paper tablecloth.
  • I rummaged in the cupboard until I found a chequered tablecloth.
  • The sides of the tablecloth are decorated with dry wild marjoram.
  • She hides the paper under the tablecloth and goes to talk to Jim.
  • Became immortal after urinating on the Mountain king's favorite tablecloth.
  • When they gave up, they covered him with a white linen tablecloth from the dining car.
  • Shouldn’t we be focusing on bigger issues than whether or not burning a tablecloth is legal?
  • First Nations said ... do they make a loin tablecloth? martha stewart wants to know. its a good thang.
  • Dick now perceived that the tablecloth was a little the worse for wear, and reflecting for a moment, concluded that
  • The yellow Formica table is covered with a plain white tablecloth, which is in turn covered with a white lace tablecloth.
  • But the knives on the tablecloth were the usual restaurant knives with rounded ends and about as deadly as pieces of hoop-iron.
  • So what I want to think when I hear that Cath’s babies are dead, Martin goes on, tossing pieces of the red label onto the tablecloth, is that it’s God’s will, right?

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