noun, plural pour·boires [poor-bwar; English poo r-bwahrz] /purˈbwar; English pʊərˈbwɑrz/. French.
Origin of pourboire
Examples from the Web for pourboire
What with three and four concerts a night why should not the critics have a pourboire for extra critical attention?Great Pianists on Piano Playing|James Francis Cooke
Ah, ze signor ees a genteelman,—he will give a poor Italiano a pourboire.Adventures in Many Lands|Various
There will also be a daily call upon his purse in the matter of pourboire to guides and conductors.The Roof of France|Matilda Betham-Edwards
But the only efficacious argument I have discovered is to tell them that they will get no pourboire if they beat the horse.As Seen By Me|Lilian Bell
In France the pourboire is a veritable tax, as it is in Italy and in the Latin countries.The Complete Bachelor|Walter Germain