tavern table

  1. a short table having a narrow, deep apron and legs connected by a box stretcher.

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How to use tavern table in a sentence

  • Within was a bar, with a beautiful person keeping it, with drawers (waiters), and gentlemen sitting drinking round a tavern table.

    Old and New London | Walter Thornbury
  • The talk at the tavern table that evening ran on merrily among the young people.

    The Price of the Prairie | Margaret Hill McCarter
  • There was a pine tavern table, 17th century in feeling but made nearly two hundred years later.

    If You're Going to Live in the Country | Thomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley
  • A countryman took his seat at a tavern-table opposite to a gentleman who was indulging in a bottle of wine.

    The Jest Book | Mark Lemon
  • It would be amusing to count how many immortal works have been created over a tavern table.

    Old Tavern Signs | Fritz August Gottfried Endell