Definitions

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  • n. Ceramic items.

Etymologies

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ceramic +‎ -ware

Examples

  • Everyone needs some good English stripey ceramicware!

    Summer Cleaning

  • There seems to be a supplier for everything you might ever want or need—sushi, motorized scooters, bronze sculpture, paint-your-own ceramicware.

    VANISHING ACTS

  • No ceramicware that has known any type of repair should be placed in the dishwasher.

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  • Be most careful about any crystal, china, or other ceramicware in which you store or cook any food or drink that will be served to infants or children.

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  • Pieces of decorative ceramicware and antique and heirloom china, too, are likely to have leaded glazes, and should never be used for storing or serving food and drink.

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  • Never store or cook any food or drink—especially acidic ones—in crystal, china, or other ceramicware that contains leachable lead.

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  • The appearance on ceramicware of a network of fine lines.

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  • The material of which the body of ceramicware is made.

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  • FDA limits on leachable lead in ceramicware went into effect in 1980.

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  • Pregnant women and infants should never drink from leaded crystal or eat from china or other ceramicware that contains leachable lead.

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