cocktail table

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cocktail table low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
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Usage

In literature:

When I left the Valley of the Moon, and went to the city, and dined out, a cocktail served at table was a wan and worthless thing.
"John Barleycorn" by Jack London
Seated at a table in the big dining-room of the club, we drank a formal cocktail to our better acquaintance.
"The Gates of Chance" by Van Tassel Sutphen
But she was disturbed to find a cocktail at her place at the table.
"The Blood Red Dawn" by Charles Caldwell Dobie
There were ashstands and a couple of cocktail-tables, and a number of chairs, and the old maple cobbler's bench on which Lane Fleming had died.
"Murder in the Gunroom" by Henry Beam Piper
A standard open bookcase, a low sofa, a very low cocktail-type table.
"The Fourth R" by George Oliver Smith
Once Grierson rose and shook a second cocktail; twice a maid announced that luncheon was on the table.
"The Education of Eric Lane" by Stephen McKenna
On the table beside him there was also an empty glass that had contained a cocktail.
"The Side Of The Angels" by Basil King
Willie was too eager for the stimulus to go back to the table and take the cocktail there.
"What Will People Say?" by Rupert Hughes
He had dropped asleep with his head on the table beside the empty cocktail bottle.
"Yellowstone Nights" by Herbert Quick
When we were seated at our table Mollie Merk asked if we would have cocktails.
"May Iverson's Career" by Elizabeth Jordan
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In news:

The folks behind Bolsa , Oak Cliff's farm-to-table bistro and cocktail den, have opened a groovy market, wine shop and cafe two doors away.
Crisp white table cloths, breakfast cocktails, camaraderie, French toast sandwiches with Cognac whipped cream: Sunday brunch is the epitome of all that is good about summertime and Sundays.
You take your wine or beer or "half-strength cocktail" to the picnic tables out front and squish your toes in the sugary sand, forgetting for a few blissful minutes about, well, life.
Hammary's Urban Flair cocktail table.
The German district west of downtown Hamburg shocked and awed me with its fuchsia and blue neon signs, drawing customers into clubs for table dances and cocktails.
The bar area features cocktail tables created from vintage suitcases.
Guests can sit at communal tables and sip unique cocktails, such as the Broken Bike ($8) made with cynar, verdejo and orange zest.
Welch's Sparkling Juice Cocktails make a great addition to the Thanksgiving table.
The party ended here, in a back table at the InterContinental Hotel bar, over cocktails with skinny straws.
In the triplex penthouse's living area, a wall of Swiss quartzite rises along side Rodolfo Dordoni's sofa, Antonio Citterio's cocktail tables, and Alban- S bastien Gilles's rocking chair and ottoman.
Get inspiration for table settings and cocktails, and even that dreaded toast, with this guide.
Designer Suzanne Lovell found a pair of Art Deco white leather wing chairs and had another pair made to match for the living room, where Imperial processional trunks from the Qing dynasty serve as cocktail tables.
Award-winning cuisine and a local favorite, Da Ru Ma features expertly trained Teppan-style chefs preparing Japanese classics at your table, a sushi lounge staffed by equally skilled chefs and a friendly and relaxing cocktail lounge.
Or settle for any old ottoman when there's a storage cube that, with the flip of its lid, turns into a cocktail table .
In the living room of a New York town house by Messana O'Rorke, woolcovered sofas, marble-topped cocktail tables, and a silk rug, all custom, meet a lantern by Isamu Noguchi and a photograph by Edward Burtynsky.
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