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dressing table

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdressing tableˈdressing ˌtable noun [countable]  DHHa piece of furniture like a table with a mirror on top, sometimes with drawers, that you use when you are doing your hair, putting on make-up etc
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dressing tableThere was a chiffonier, matching bed-tables, a dressing table with a round mirror set between banks of drawers.All we took from our own home was a dressing table and a small chest of drawers.She crossed the room to a low dressing table with a gilt-edged mirror above it.He slammed his hand down on the top of the dressing table, causing some of the bottles to topple over.The dressing table revealed nothing and the bed-tables were unremarkable.Oak furniture range, Laura Ashley 3 Variations dressing table in light ash, white ash or black.
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