Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of napkin.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Please ..... any baffoon that's willing to part with even a modest sum to buy this collection of toilet tissue and used cocktail napkins is in serious need of counseling or at minimum a 3rd grade education.

    Palin lands on top of NY Times bestseller list

  • One time I stole a package of linen napkins from the house wares section of Macy's; another time I took a red wool tie from the Men's department at Sak's.

    Five-fingered Prozac

  • Generally, asking for a bib instead of napkins is a tip off to the staff, that a gustatory gladiator is preparing for BBQ battle.

    PROFILE: Midtown Lunch’er “Crazy Legs Conti” | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Napkins are a synonymous icon of our throw-away society; so to have someone lovingly craft heirloom quality napkins is a welcome way to make us think about what we keep and what we toss.

    Napkin Nirvanna

  • European idea seems to have arisen from the oriental practice of sending presents in napkins or kerchiefs.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Toddlers and young children were prancing up and down the water fountains, shouting with glee, playing catch-me-if-you-can, clad only in napkins to prevent toilet accidents in public places.

    Incommunicado

  • I make a note on the shopping list and underscore it twice: Plain napkins only!

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  • I make a note on the shopping list and underscore it twice: Plain napkins only!

    04.04

  • I make a note on the shopping list and underscore it twice: Plain napkins only!

    Talk to Them

  • I make a note on the shopping list and underscore it twice: Plain napkins only!

    04.04

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