A table designed for a specific kind of task or activity, such as needlework or the graphic arts.(noun)
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Use "worktable" in a sentence
"The argenteria was then replaced by the bancus, a raised surface that resembled the worktable used by money changers in Greek-speaking Byzantium."
"An artist falls asleep at his worktable, and dreams of flying people who have books growing out of their shoulder blades as wings."
"I have a photograph of my Great Aunt Dulcie on my worktable."