Synonyms for table:
cuisine, tabulation, commode, saw.
Other synonyms and related words:
defer, canon, viand, plug in, commode, bow, shelve, remand, circumvent, put back, dishearten, flurry, gameboard, fudge, block, sidestep, stay, tabular array, victuals, give in, disconcert, instrument panel, refection, comestibles, feed, dodge, control board, mess, display board, foodstuffs, hedge, postpone, taboret, elude, confuse, repast, meat, lamp, plank, knock back, slacken, parry, hold over, provision, get across, mesa, chow, prorogue, board, waive, bread, tucker, display panel, put aside, vittles, control panel, remit, skirt, meal, card, send back, tabulation, fare, delay, reservation, accede, plateau, suspend, panel, eatables, knife, altiplano, chart, provender, food, chuck, duck, submit, adjourn, circuit card, circuit board, tableland, checklist, turn off, put over, cuisine, edibles, wait, evade.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
roster, calendar, enumeration.
detail, daybook, count, statement, sum, enumeration, invoice, album, total, roster, list, menu, manifest, annual, recount, file, yearbook, summary, diary, Storybook, annals, tabulate, check, record, cash book, schedule, digest, logbook, scrapbook, collection, Bank book, score, blank-book, account, tablet, repertory, calendar, notebook, chronicle, novel, bill, ledger, log, documentation, register, scroll, docket, registry, catalog, roll, index, budget, tally, inventory, census, journal, history, pad, workbook, recording, store, thesaurus, itemization, dictionary, treasury, lexicon, waybill, book.
dresser, food, bar, sideboard, coffee table, tabulation, schedule, mesa, counter, plateau, hold over, prorogue, remit, tableland, defer, put over, list, kitchen table, board, turntable, cuisine, buffet, canon, inventory, bench, digest, desk, index, chart, fare, menu, postpone, dining table, console, captain's table, record, tea table, tabular array, lamp stand, round, victuals, workbench, nightstand, set-back, register, roll, summary, shelve.
Usage examples for table:
- He came back to his table, and sat down before his lawbook. - "Miss Lulu Bett", Zona Gale.
- And I want to know if you will excuse me, and let me leave the table now. - "The Children of Wilton Chase", Mrs. L. T. Meade.
- Take them upstairs and put them on my dressin' table. - "Colonel Carter's Christmas and The Romance of an Old-Fashioned Gentleman", F. Hopkinson Smith.