Arabella had beside her a tambour frame, at which she worked, when her cough and cold sweats would permit her.
But no, he never noticed him no more than the tambour that beat the rappel.
When they passed the Red Sea, Miriam and the maidens danced in chorus with singing and the beating of the timbrel (tambour).
Another work for the stage is the comic opera, "tambour Battant."
Chain and tambour Stitch are in effect practically the same, and present the same rather granular surface.
Limerick lace is of two kinds, known as the tambour and run lace.
The girls wore plain print gowns, and muslin aprons edged with tambour work.
At length the tambour in the great temple sounded the signal of assemblage.
Mrs. Greene was engaged in a piece of embroidery in which she employed a peculiar kind of frame, called a tambour.
She has not touched the tambour frame for nine or ten years.