A low table with a mirror at which one sits while applying makeup. Also called vanity.(noun)
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Use "dressing table" in a sentence
"The Gospel of St. John lay on the dressing table before him: “Whosoever confesseth that Jesus is the Son of God, God dwelleth in him, and he in God.”"
"She saronged the towel around herself, plucked a package of cigarettes from the nearby dressing table and lit herself up."
"Celeste had her dressing table with its stool of padded silk, and the ivory-backed brushes with which she gave her hair its one hundred and one strokes both morning and night."