Definition of Tabbinets
1. tabbinet [n] - See also: tabbinet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tabbinets
Literary usage of Tabbinets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Economic History of Ireland from the Union to the Famine by George Augustine Thomas O'Brien (1921)
"... likely to furnish a source of considerable employment to its industrious poor. Extensive as is the employment afforded by the manufacture of tabbinets, ..."
2. An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and by William Fordyce Mavor (1802)
"... two pair of saddle pistols, two boxes of Irish tabbinets, two "large boxes of British carpeting, and two most elegant saddles with furniture complete. ..."
3. Ireland Under English Rule: Or, A Plea for the Plaintiff by Thomas Addis Emmet (1903)
"The gloves, the tabbinets, and the silk handkerchiefs of Ireland, all of which might have become valuable manufactures, were selfishly excluded from the ..."
4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1844)
"You'll find in all my rooms and cabinets Pearls, pictures, china, velvets, tabbinets, Books, clocks, lamps, urns, and such commodities, Sphynxes, ..."
5. A View of the Natural, Political and Commercial Circumstances of Ireland by Thomas Newenham (1809)
"The gloves, the tabbinets, and the filk handkerchiefs of Ireland, all of which might have become valuable manufactures, ..."