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Synonyms for serviette

a small piece of table linen that is used to wipe the mouth and to cover the lap in order to protect clothing

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They actually took us quite seriously and told us their birthdays, which we added to the ever-growing list of dates on our serviette.
You should have a serviette handy to wipe the top of the bottle before pouring a taste for your customer.
This issue of Razorcake is a little more shit-hot than most, containing interviews with Reigning Sound/Oblivians, git/voc Greg Cartwright, photographer Edward Colver (you might not know his name but you will recognize some of his early punk photos), Nardwuar the Human Serviette interviews Weird Al Yankovic, Los Illegals, and Bomp
I was plopped down on a locker and given a bottle of water and serviette to dab the scars with.
Each one was given out with a specially designed serviette asking the question: ``Why a cross on a hot cross bun?
In the 1700s it was acceptable at the table to use the serviette to also wipe off all utensils, as well as greasy fingers and lips.
Beverley, a corporate solutions manager from Hebburn, South Tyneside, added: "In the end I wrapped it in a serviette and put it into my bag when they weren't looking, so it looked like we had clean plates.
At 90p for a portion weighing 350g on my incar scales, they were good value, too, with a serviette and fork cleverly rolled into the wrap
NIGELLA Lawson, the cook with a built-in tray table and serviette support, told the Hay literary festival that women should be proud of baking.
A FLIMSY paper serviette depicting Lady Godiva's procession marking the 1911 coronation is to be shown off - a century after the event.
La simulation de noyade consiste a deverser de l'eau sur les voies respiratoires d'un individu immobilise la tete en bas sous une serviette imbibee, afin de provoquer une sensation de suffocation.
A journalist working for a magazine in Brussels managed to get hold of a sample from Alexander Stuart-Houston, 61, a grand-nephew of Hitler living in America, after picking up a serviette he had dropped, The Sun reports.
That, of course, is Shaun#Put a Knot In ItIf you've made the mistake of taking your kids to a posh restaurant, challenge them to hold a serviette at opposite corners and tie a knot in it without letting go.
Or simply use plain plates and add an organza serviette topped by a tree bauble, and a gold-wrapped chocolate, fortune cookie or even a cracker-size present.