Definition of Taboret. Meaning of Taboret. Synonyms of Taboret

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Definition of Taboret

Taboret
Taboret Tab"o*ret, n. [Dim. of tabor. Cf. Tabret.] (Mus.) A small tabor. [Written also tabouret.]

Meaning of Taboret from wikipedia

- A taboret (also spelled tabouret or tabourette) or stool refers to two different pieces of furniture: a cabinet or a stool. The po****r sense refers to...
- to break down or fold for ease of travel Folding screen Work furniture Taboret Credenza Garden furniture Divider, shōji or partition Lamps are covered...
- Tabourot (1549–1590), jurist, writer and poet Jehan Tabourot, birth name of Thoinot Arbeau (1519–1595), French cleric and writer Taboret, type of furniture...
- relying on particular leg placements for strength. Faldstool Footstool Taboret Chinnery, Victor (1979). Oak Furniture: The British Tradition. Woodbridge...
- Palais Bourbon, added in 1806–1808, by architect Bernard Poyet Empire style taborets in the Palace of Fontainebleau Tripod table in Empire Style Detail of an...
- Wooden taboret with embroidered seat, fabric made by Friends of Handicraft, 1899. Hallwyl Museum, Sweden....
- copying imported antiques or photographs, manufactured beds, tables, taborets, chests, dressing tables, wardrobes, "all pieces of furniture imaginable...
- office under a white mulberry tree inside the palace, and ordered a royal taboret to be installed in his office for him to sit on. Lord Mahasena (พระยามหาเสนา...
- dressing gowns,' a bed, some chairs, a desk, an oval shaped mirror, four old taborets and 'a man's portrait' by Rembrandt valued at seven guilders (three dollars)...
- their dueling pismires; and meet in small drinking establishments known as taborets and stupors. One character is named Pell Grant. Many of the place names...
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