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  • n. Plural form of taboret.

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Examples

  • In gluing together long mitered joints, in six or eight sided taborets or columns, in which the members meet edgewise, one method is to wrap

    Handwork in Wood

  • It is commonly used in picture-frames, inside trim, columns, boxes, and taborets, four or more sided.

    Handwork in Wood

  • There was a grand piano which took up more than its share of room, there was the davenport aforesaid, there were companionable chairs and taborets acquired by Lucille and kept by Marjorie in the exact places where they looked best; there were soft draperies, also hemmed and put up by Marjorie.

    I've Married Marjorie

  • After the food was finished it was to be expected that Lucille would go to the piano, and play some more, and that the men would sit about smoking on the davenport and the taborets, and that every one would be pleasantly quiet.

    I've Married Marjorie

  • He acquired six mission hall-clocks, a row of taborets stood outside of his door like Turkish sentinels, and his collection of ash-receivers was the best in Chicago.

    Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories

  • This service was a test of his ability to pass through a room without knocking over taborets and chairs.

    Man on the Box

  • Clifford rose, bowed gravely to the Englishman, and stepped across the taborets to join his friends.

    In the Quarter

  • Madame Minghetti sat on one of the _taborets_ on one side of the throne, and Madame Cairoli (wife of the Minister of Foreign Affairs) occupied the _taboret_ on the other side.

    The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912

  • These two ladies are the only ones who have the right to sit on the little square stools that are called _taborets_.

    The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912

  • It's the only art studio I've ever been in where all the easels are functional, the taborets don't wobble and the shelves of still-life objects aren't covered in dust.

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