Definition of Tablemates

1. Noun. (plural of tablemate) ¹



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Definition of Tablemates

1. tablemate [n] - See also: tablemate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tablemates

tablecloths
tabled
tablefork
tableful
tablefuls
tablehood
tablehopper
tablehoppers
tableland
tablelands
tableless
tablelike
tableman
tablemat
tablemate
tablemates (current term)
tablemats
tablement
tablements
tableness
tabler
tablers
tables
tables of contents
tablescape
tablescapes
tablesful
tableside
tablespace
tablespaces

Literary usage of Tablemates

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1. Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National (1907)
"My tablemates were a perfect specimen of the British matron,her husband and her daughter. I should describe them as well-bred, but that term seems to imply ..."

2. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"My tablemates were a perfect specimen of the British matron, her husband and her daughter. I should describe them as well-bred, but that term seems to imply ..."

3. Putnam's Magazine (1907)
"My tablemates were a perfect specimen of the British matron,her husband and her daughter. I should describe them as well-bred, but that term seems to imply ..."

4. Measuring Literacy: Performance Levels for Adults by Robert Mason Hauser (2005)
"Each group was asked not to discuss the instructions about response probability level with anyone other than their tablemates so as not to cause confusion ..."

5. Holyoke in the Great War by Charles Sumner Zack (1919)
"... mark of one of our tablemates after taking his sip this morning: 'Please give me some cod liver oil to take this taste out of my mouth. ..."

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