noun, plural tab·bies.
verb (used with object), tab·bied, tab·by·ing.
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A time was appointed, and Tabby, the chief, sent a man and horse for me.Forty Years Among the Indians|Daniel W. Jones
But what makes you feel as if something was going to happen to reveal the secret, Tabby?
Miss Tabby shrieked out that she was going to be drowned, although not a drop of water had touched her.
I have two or three other cats, sir; but I'm very poor, and a little money is more useful to me than old Tabby.
This as a watch dog he felt it his duty to do once or twice during the night, while Tabby went to the barn to catch mice.Zip, the Adventures of a Frisky Fox Terrier|Frances Trego Montgomery