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[kich-uh n-wair] /ˈkɪtʃ ənˌwɛər/
cooking equipment or utensils.
Origin of kitchenware
First recorded in 1925-30; kitchen + ware1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • But the women had wanted only a small portion of his kitchenware and spices.

    Trading Jeff and his Dog James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • We will keep the clothing, bedding and kitchenware, and the like.

    The Girls of Hillcrest Farm

    Amy Bell Marlowe
  • The kitchenware was all of silver and gold; but there were no human beings to be seen.

    The Norwegian Fairy Book Clara Stroebe
  • On the table stood six cake tins, more pots and pans, salt and pepper shakers, enough of kitchenware to start off two brides.

    Working With the Working Woman Cornelia Stratton Parker
  • In the spring Gerretson's offered Fanny the position of buyer and head of the china, glassware, and kitchenware sections.

    Fanny Herself Edna Ferber
  • The last I saw of him he was running toward the kitchenware department with the store detective after him.

  • These usually carry a small line of premiums, featuring a piece of kitchenware, or other inexpensive item, with bulk coffee.

    All About Coffee William H. Ukers
  • He can't bear dust; dirty sooty pots and other kitchenware are his aversion; and he will often scrub at 'em with all his might.

British Dictionary definitions for kitchenware


pots and pans, knives, forks, spoons, and other utensils used in the kitchen
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