Tabaret Tab"a*ret, n. [Cf. {Tabby}.] A stout silk having satin stripes, -- used for furniture. [1913 Webster]

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  • tabaret — /tab euh rit/, n. 1. a durable silk or acetate fabric having alternating stripes of satin and moiré, for drapery and upholstery. 2. tambour (def. 3). [1850 55; perh. akin to TABBY1] * * * …   Universalium

  • tabaret — noun A strong fabric consisting of stripes of silk and satin …   Wiktionary

  • tabaret — striped watered silk and satin fabric Fabric and Cloth …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • tabaret — n. striped sturdy silk fabric used for upholstery; tambour, small round embroidery frame …   English contemporary dictionary

  • tabaret — [ tabərɪt] noun an upholstery fabric of alternate satin and watered silk stripes. Origin C18: prob. from tabby …   English new terms dictionary

  • tabaret — /ˈtæbərət/ (say tabuhruht) noun a durable upholstery fabric made of satin and watered silk stripes. {? from tabby (def. 7) …   Australian English dictionary

  • tabaret —   n. striped material of watered silk and satin …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • tabaret — n. an upholstery fabric of alternate satin and plain stripes. Etymology: prob. f. TABBY …   Useful english dictionary

  • Joseph-Henri Tabaret — (12 April 1828 ndash; 8 February 1886), is a noteworthy Canadian mainly because of his long and important association with the University of Ottawa. He was a member of the Oblate Fathers of Mary Immaculate. The Oblates founded the College of… …   Wikipedia

  • Trophee Meritas-Tabaret — Trophée Meritas Tabaret Le trophée Meritas Tabaret est un prix de l excellence décerné à l ancienne ou l ancien de l Université d Ottawa qui se sera le plus distingué dans son domaine, qui aura exercé une influence certaine dans son milieu et qui …   Wikipédia en Français

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