- n. Plural form of tabard.
“Â Gamers also deserve a little something under the tree, and for those who play World of Warcraft, Alliance or Horde tabards might be just the gift.”
“Note the number of apparent volunteer staff on the information desk and in the galleries, older men in the space display dressed in tabards that are a cross between Star Trek and hospital orderly.”
“Odd, then, that only three years ago the Lib Dem home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne told parliament that "tabards with 'Community Payback' written on them" — one of the suggestions for the perp-shaming outerwear — were a "gimmick".”
“If they are the Police surely they should be correctly dressed in hi-vis jackets/tabards. on April 1, 2008 at 6: 38 pm | Reply Notaspecialist”
“The room was otherwise filled with cour-tiers, nobles, and officers of arms in their embroidered, belted tabards.”
“But his planned departure was interrupted by the sudden arrival of two men wearing gold and white tabards.”
“Some wore long tabards over trousers, some had shorter tabards think they were the servers at the feast.”
“This describes how local ne'er-do-wells will soon be identified by day-glo tabards ... and I've even found one big enough to fit the Godfather of them all to show readers how this works:”
“It will be the first time since the Middle Ages that heralds of several countries have met together in State and will be a colourful affair with the university's traditional robes and maces intermingling with state dress, civic robes, tabards and armorial banners.”
“Whilst these tabards / bids are not exactly an opportunity for a modern-day stocks notes: good idea, will write it down most people are not exactly going to jeer offenders.”
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