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chinaware

Syllabification: chi·na·ware
Pronunciation: /ˈCHīnəˌwer
 
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Definition of chinaware in English:

noun

Dishes made of china.
Example sentences
  • Another thing to consider is temporarily placing some of your more precious furniture and nonessential dishes, chinaware, and other furnishings into storage while the work goes on.
  • The former contain objects made locally, while the latter yield chinaware, square-faced gin bottles, copper manillas, and factory-made pipes in addition to locally manufactured goods.
  • I'll just get up on the table and scatter your fine crystal and chinaware on my way out!

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