Definition of Tambouring
1. tambour [v] - See also: tambour
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tambouring
Literary usage of Tambouring
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics: Also, Lives of Distinguished by Henry Howe (1856)
"The tambouring population was therefore of the ... Mr. John Duncan of Glasgow, the inventor of the tambouring machinery, was one of those unfortunate ..."
2. Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics: Also, Lives of Distinguished by Henry Howe, New York Museum of Science and Industry Library (1852)
"The tambouring of muslins, or the art of producing upon them ornamental flowers and figures, has been long known and practised in Britain, ..."
3. The Practical Tourist, Or, Sketches of the State of the Useful Arts, and of by Zachariah Allen (1833)
"tambouring Muslin. After some delay, on account of the numerous interruptions from visitors, we were admitted to see the celebrated ..."
4. Memoirs of the Most Eminent American Mechanics: Also Lives of Distinguished by Henry Howe (1858)
"The tambouring of muslins, 01 the art of producing upon them ornamental flowers and figures, has been long known and practised in Britain, ..."
5. Letters on Natural Magic: Addressed to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. by David Brewster (1839)
"... Conjurer—Benefits derived from the Passion for Automata—Examples of wonderful Machinery for useful Purposes—Duncan'a tambouring Machinery—Watt's . ..."
6. Letters on Natural Magic / Addressed to Sir Walter Scott by Sir David Brewster by David Brewster, Walter Scott, Harper & Brothers (1843)
"... Duncan's tambouring Machinery — Wait's Statue-turning Machinery— Babbage'a Calculating Machinery. WE have already seen that the ancients had attained ..."