noun, plural tom·bés [tom-beyz; French tawn-bey] /tɒmˈbeɪz; French tɔ̃ˈbeɪ/. Ballet.
Origin of tombé
Examples from the Web for tombe
When Col. Tombe asked Neubauer what she wanted, she said that she wanted to stay in the Air Force and go back to weather school.
On December 9, 2013, Norris met with Neubauer, her squadron commander Lt Col. Betsy Ross, Col. Tombe, and others.
When Col. Tombe pushed back, Norris says she pulled out a copy of an Air Force Times.
Vavasor accepted the excuse without further notice, and nothing more was said about Mr. Tombe while he was in Mr. Scruby's office.
Mr. Tombe would be able to raise ready money without difficulty.
And thus they led a quiet life Duringe their princely raigne; And in a tombe were buried both, As writers sheweth plaine.Book of Old Ballads|Various
Mr. Tombe had evinced no surprise, no dismay, and certainly no mock delicacy, when the whole affair was under discussion.
Mr. Tombe, as he did so, rose from his chair, and bent his head meekly down upon the table.