at table

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Prepositional phraseEdit

at table

  1. eating a meal, especially with others
    sitting at table with a servant
    • 1876, Lady Barker, The Kafir at Home, printed in The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, volume 23 (87?), page 221 [1]:
      [] but anything would have been better than sitting at table with a thing only fit for a May-day sweep on one's head.
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