See napkin (def. 1)
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How to use table napkin in a sentence
She invited him with a coquettish gesture to be seated, and hung a table napkin over his coat, as she might to a child.The Precipice | Ivan Goncharov
He illustrates his meaning with his table napkin and by putting together the tips of his forefingers, roguishly.Three Plays by Granville-Barker | Harley Granville-Barker
O'Hara, with a charming readiness to oblige, suggested that shots should be exchanged across a table-napkin.Mated from the Morgue | John Augustus O'Shea
I handed it to him with a table-napkin (unused) and a pair of wire-cutters thrown in.
Last year, instead of the handkerchief, she kept a large table-napkin by her side when she was working.Eliza | Barry Pain