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Origin of tattersall
Words nearby tattersall
Example sentences from the Web for tattersall
Betty and I began our daily visits to the women and children at the Wanderers' and Tattersall's to-day.A Woman's Part in a Revolution|Natalie Harris Hammond
In the middle of it all sat Bailey, in his black-and-yellow checkered tattersall, smoking a large cigar.Meeting of the Board|Alan Edward Nourse
The servants were gone, and the horses were advertised at Tattersall's already.Ravenshoe|Henry Kingsley
There is a first-class scene of a sale at Tattersall's, and a very realistic view of the finish at the Derby.
Charles James Fox was one of the most regular patrons of Tattersall's sales.The Kensington District|Geraldine Edith Mitton
British Dictionary definitions for tattersall
- a fabric, sometimes brightly coloured, having stripes or bars in a checked or squared pattern
- (as modifier)a tattersall coat