Laban says that he would have sent away Jacob and his wives and children, with mirth and with songs, with tabret and with harp.
But I have no tabret, so look which you will of these others.
The old miracle plays were assisted by performers on the horn, the pipe, the tabret, and the flute—a full orchestra in fact.
And the harp and the viol, the tabret and pipe, and wine are in their feasts.
The tabret was the common accompaniment of the troops of female dancers, whether the occasion were religious or festive.
He hath made me a bye-word of the people; and aforetime I was as a tabret.
They usually wander about, singing hymns to a monotonous accompaniment upon a leather instrument called tappai (tabret).
tabret and viol jangle harshly in the ears that have rioted in melodies made by fairy harpers.
(Heb. toph), a timbrel (q.v.) or tambourine, generally played by women (Gen. 31:27; 1 Sam. 10:5; 18:6). In Job 17:6 the word (Heb. topheth) "tabret" should be, as in the Revised Version, "an open abhorring" (marg., "one in whose face they spit;" lit., "a spitting in the face").