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synonyms for tabard

  • Vandyke
  • capote
  • cardinal
  • cloak
  • cope
  • dolman
  • fichu
  • gabardine
  • mantilla
  • mantle
  • pelisse
  • poncho
  • shawl
  • tippet
  • wrap
  • wrapper
  • bertha
  • manteau
  • mantelletta
  • overdress
  • paletot
  • pelerine
  • talma
  • victorine
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How to use tabard in a sentence

Chaucer's famous circle of story-tellers at the Tabard Inn in Southwark was eminently democratic.
TOLSTOY ON SHAKESPEARELEO TOLSTOY
None, however, could boast such an association as that which throws its halo round the “Tabard.”
RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN. THE THAMES, FROM SOURCE TO SEA.ANONYMOUS
Southwark's Tabard Inn exists to-day, in name if not in spirit, and it was easy enough to take it for our starting-point.
THE AUTOMOBILIST ABROADM. F. (MILBURG FRANCISCO) MANSFIELD
The tabard was an embroidered surcoat—that is, a surcoat on which was displayed the heraldic device of the owner.
ENGLISH COSTUMEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
Obviously, however, a tabard requires other clothing to be worn with it.
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO HERALDRYARTHUR CHARLES FOX-DAVIES
This garment still survives in the Tabard of the Royal Heralds, on which are embroidered the arms of the sovereign.
A HANDBOOK OF PICTORIAL HISTORYHENRY W. DONALD
The old oak gates being shut, the king-at-arms, with tabard on and trumpet before him, knocked and gravely demanded entrance.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
The tabard, preserved now in a glass frame, is much decayed and faded, but still a lion boldly worked thereon is visible.
A LEISURELY TOUR IN ENGLANDJAMES JOHN HISSEY
The last of it was finally destroyed in 1875, and the Tabard Inn of the new fashion was built at the corner as we see.
ENGLAND OF MY HEART--SPRINGEDWARD HUTTON
In old days, certainly in Chaucer's, we should have been reminded of him more than once on our way e'er we gained the Tabard.
ENGLAND OF MY HEART--SPRINGEDWARD HUTTON
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO TABARD

  • Vandyke
  • bertha
  • capote
  • cardinal
  • cloak
  • cope
  • dolman
  • fichu
  • gabardine
  • manteau
  • mantelletta
  • mantilla
  • mantle
  • overdress
  • paletot
  • pelerine
  • pelisse
  • poncho
  • shawl
  • tabard
  • talma
  • tippet
  • victorine
  • wrap
  • wrapper
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.