Doilies [noun]

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Never a public or private showoff, doilies and framed photos of deceased relatives were her notion of decor.

She had arranged the jelly in a dainty dish, and now ran into the dining-room for a doily, which she wrapped about it.

Remove the glass and doily; put it in front of your plate a little to the right.

If fruit is the first course, there should be at each place a fruit-plate with a doily, finger-bowl, and fruit-knife on it.

All such receptacles are placed on a small plate either with or without a paper doily of the right size.

Place a lace paper doily on the plate, stand the glass on this and lay a pink rose on the plate.

There was no doily, either paper or otherwise, although the usual tray was so covered.

Then the dessert plates, arranged with finger bowl, doily and silver are brought from the sideboard.

The doily beneath the finger bowl is not meant for use, but should be laid on the table beside the finger bowl.

After John's departure she suspended operations on the doily, and sat for a while gazing reflectively into the fire.