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    #1

    a square, old, wooden table ?

    Is it "a square, old, wooden table" or is it "an old, square, wooden table" ?

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    #2

    Re: a square, old, wooden table ?

    I would use old, square...

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    #3

    Re: a square, old, wooden table ?

    According to this helpful table of the order of adjectives, it's old, square, wooden.

    Rover

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