a cup or small goblet, especially an ornamental one.
the contents of a cup or goblet; a small draught, as of liquor.
- Also tassie.
Other definitions for Tass (2 of 2)
a news-gathering agency of the former Soviet Union: merged with an alternative news service to form Itar-Tass (Russian Information Telegraph Agency).
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How to use tass in a sentence
Taslet, tas′let, n. a tass or piece of armour for the thigh—prob.
The Prince went to a table and filled a silver-gilt tass with brandy.The Yeoman Adventurer | George W. Gough
"Sure, and it's quite a reception I'm after gettin'," Dameri tass said.Off Course | Mack Reynolds (AKA Dallas McCord Reynolds)
All of our information comes from tass, and you can imagine how inadequate that is.Combat | Dallas McCord Reynolds
A circular door slid open at that point and Dameri tass stepped out, yawning.Off Course | Mack Reynolds (AKA Dallas McCord Reynolds)
British Dictionary definitions for tass (1 of 2)
a cup, goblet, or glass
the contents of such a vessel
British Dictionary definitions for Tass (2 of 2)
(formerly) the principal news agency of the Soviet Union: replaced in 1992 by Itar Tass
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