head table

  1. the principal table, as at a banquet or conference, often at the head of a row of tables or raised on a dais, where the presiding officer, chief speaker, guests of honor, etc., are seated.

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How to use head table in a sentence

  • When either couple at the head table have made ten words, the bell is rung and the guests score and progress as in any other game.

    Bright Ideas for Entertaining | Mrs. Herbert B. Linscott
  • The food at the head table was often tasted first by a servant as a precaution against poison.

  • The winners progress and change partners, after the bell rings at the head table.

    Suppers | Paul Pierce