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  • adjective Alternative form of napkinned.

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Examples

  • Interestingly I back napkined it at about 22K elsewhere.

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  • A conventionally napkined waiter welcomed us from the stony street, and sent us up to our rooms with the young interpreter who met us at the station, but was obscure as to their location.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • When Mrs. Graham had been alive, she had always brought drinks on a tray, properly napkined, doilied, and adorned with accompanying biscuits.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • Soaped, napkined and generally extinguished, I could only stammer,

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 85, January, 1875

  • It was no new thing for her to reproach him with napkined talents, and he was wont to count it as an earnest of her liking.

    The Henchman

  • Afterwards, with mild eyes he repaired to the dining-hall, and sanctified the Sabbath, blessing a cup of wine, dividing up two napkined loaves, and giving to Rebekah his benediction.

    The Lord of the Sea

  • The creaming goldenish fluid from the napkined bottle slowly reached the brim of his glass, which had a hollow stem; raising it to his lips, very red between the white hairs above and below, he drank with a gurgling noise, and put the glass down-empty.

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  • The creaming goldenish fluid from the napkined bottle slowly reached the brim of his glass, which had a hollow stem; raising it to his lips, very red between the white hairs above and below, he drank with a gurgling noise, and put the glass down-empty.

    Five Tales

  • Pete was twisting his napkined fist slowly in a beer glass, softly whistling to himself and occasionally holding the object of his attention between his eyes and a few weak beams of sunlight that had found their way over the thick screens and into the shaded room.

    Maggie, a Girl of the Streets

  • A conventionally napkined waiter welcomed us from the stony street, and sent us up to our rooms with the young interpreter who met us at the station, but was obscure as to their location.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

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