Definition of Tabinets

1. Noun. (plural of tabinet) ¹



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Definition of Tabinets

1. tabinet [n] - See also: tabinet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tabinets

tabetic dissociation
tabetic neurosyphilis
tabetics
tabetiform
tabi
tabic
tabid
tabifical
tabification
tabified
tabifies
tabify
tabifying
tabinet
tabinets (current term)
tabis
tabiya
tabiyas
tabla
tablas
tablature
tablatures
table
table-cloth
table-hop
table-hopper
table-mountain pine
table-tennis bat
table-tennis racquet

Literary usage of Tabinets

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1. Ireland Before and After the Union with Great Britain by Robert Montgomery Martin (1848)
"... tabinets with worsted], on velvets, on ribbons ; but, in point of fact, the number of weavers employed in the manufacture of velvets and ribbons is so ..."

2. Ireland Before and After the Union with Great Britain by Robert Montgomery Martin (1848)
"The number of silk-weavers in Dublin, May, 1838, amounted to 400 ; of these 310 are broad-silk weavers, 280 employed on the manufacture of tabinets and ..."

3. The Illustrated Magazine of Art (1853)
"On the right- hand side of the Great Central Hall we have a splendid display of IRISH POPLINS, tabinets, ETC. These are exhibited by several well-known ..."

4. The Irish Industrial Exhibition of 1853: A Detailed Catalogue of Its by John Sproule (1854)
"Willans ; for tabinets, т • Mr. Atkinson and Mr. ... Unrivalled as our tabinets had always been, they appeared then to have made still greater exertions ..."

5. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1859)
"tabinets are made to clothe the ladies ... The lady lieutenant, in the course of twelve months, may spend £150 in tabinets, but this is said to be the only ..."

6. The Economic History of Ireland from the Union to the Famine by George Augustine Thomas O'Brien (1921)
"... the repeal of the duty on thrown silk exported from England, and an increase of the drawback on the export of tabinets and poplin to foreign countries.1 ..."

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