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Origin of tabard
OTHER WORDS FROM tabardtab·ard·ed, adjective
Words nearby tabard
Example sentences from the Web for tabard
And the tabard look was very fashionable lace tabard to go in to a train.
Chaucer tells us that the Tabard in Southwark was juste by the Belle.Old Country Inns of England|Henry P. Maskell
Why, sir, I'd as soon go forth to apply leeches on a herald's tabard, or a suit of Milan mail.A Day's Ride|Charles James Lever
There is another engraved portrait of him, in his tabard, in Nichols' 'Literary Illustrations,' vol.Cornish Worthies, Volume 1 (of 2)|Walter H. Tregellas
But in 1387, everything comes right; they assembled at the Tabard on Tuesday, April 16, and had four clear days before them.Chaucer's Works, Volume 3 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
Nine and twenty persons, with their horses, found room in the wide chambers and stables of the Tabard, in Southwark.Old Roads and New Roads|William Bodham Donne