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Use "aproned" in a sentence
"The diner is a diner, no more and no less, retro-50s tube with aproned waitresses and meat loaf and pie and Val, leaning forward by the register, staring at the door."
"We should not take a particular version of the family institution, such as the 1950s model of the suit-wearing, bread-winning dad and aproned, homemaking mother, and try to preserve it in aspic."
"Nick Clegg will open a new front in his criticism of David Cameron on Monday by mocking his "1950s view" of the traditional British family, in which the "suit-wearing dad" is the breadwinner and the "aproned" mother the homemaker."