The old Duke wore a jabot and ailes-de-pigeon, the old Countess a hoop, and a cushion on her head.
They came from Peru, and danced the mazurka in green jackets with a jabot.
And then indoors: "Do you think you will like this lace made up as a jabot, Elinor?"
Emma McChesney straightened her collar and jabot with a jerk, and sat up.
It's an awful price to pay for a hat, and a jabot, and a book and a theater ticket, Fan.
They came from Peru, and danced the mazurka in green jackets with a jabot!
frill of a shirt, 1823, from French jabot "grizzard (of a bird), frill on a shirt front" (16c.), of unknown origin. Klein suggests a connection with gaver "to cram, gorge," and thus ultimately with English jaw.