flatware flatware  /f ˈlæ ˌtwɛr/


  1. (n) tableware that is relatively flat and fashioned as a single piece
  2. (n) silverware eating utensils


  1. China, crystal and sterling and stainless-steel flatware from dozens of manufacturers.
  2. Though he had little formal training, Wright helped to revolutionize the appearance of everyday household items, from accordions to flatware.
  3. We've seen elephants parading down the aisle, wildebeest stampedes, dancing flatware and jungle creatures flying through the air on bungee cords.


  • PRINCETON AREA: Police blotter

    Princeton A resident of Battle Road reported someone broke into their home through a window and stole jewelry and flatware sometime between the morning of May 30 and the afternoon of June 3. Police said the victim was unable to provide a value on the items at the time of the report.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Princeton Packet

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