Origin of tabaret
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How to use tabaret in a sentence
Tabaret, tab′a-ret, n. an upholsterer's silk stuff, with alternate stripes of watered and satin surface.
How this idea had entered old Tabaret's head, Lecoq could not understand.
"You will excuse my hypocrisy, Monsieur Tabaret," he said in an agitated voice.
A mocking whistle from the old Tabaret interrupted the speaker.
It was only the officials of the detective force who knew that Tirauclair and Tabaret were one and the same person.