tableside

[ tey-buhl-sahyd ]
/ ˈteɪ bəlˌsaɪd /

adjective, adverb

alongside or at a table, especially in a restaurant: tableside dessert trays; a dish prepared tableside.

noun

the area around or beside a table.

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Example sentences from the Web for tableside

  • Her place had been close to the table-side, where her needles and thread were still lying.

    Castle Richmond|Anthony Trollope
  • The farmer rose, walked down the table-side, and gathered Jee's fragile form up under one big engirdling arm.

    The Copperhead|Harold Frederic