Definition of willowware in English:

willowware

Syllabification: wil·low·ware
Pronunciation: /ˈwilōˌwe(ə)r
 
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noun

chiefly US
  • Pottery with a willow-pattern design.
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    • This successful woodenware and willowware merchant was a dedicated philanthropist.
    • On these were placed all the old china the farmhouse attic afforded; including numerous pieces of the old blue and white willowware pattern.
    • They make a nice antidote to the Anglophobia of the breakfast rooms, where a persuasive case is made for polished mahogany, willowware and crustless toast.

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