tablet[ tab-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF tablet
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The celebrant kissed the tablet, and held it aloft before all the people.
They were to be seen at Molsheim, in the tablet which bore a representation of this miracle.
She was a fair child, her brow a tablet untouched by the stylus of sin.
Madame Beattie was exploring a little box for a tablet, which she took composedly.
"I could at least have erected a tablet to mark her resting-place," the man interposed.
This ornamental niche has beneath it, on a tablet, the words as at present legible.
(e) Part of the design from a tablet of the time of Dungi (Ward, Fig. 663).
Arcot turned to Torlos and projected a thought: "What is that tablet?"
When the work was finished it became noised that the tablet was to be seen.
It is unfortunate that the second tablet is so badly preserved.
early 14c., "slab or flat surface for an inscription" (especially the two Mosaic tables of stone), from Old French tablete (13c.), diminutive of table "slab" (see table (n.)). The meaning "lozenge, pill" is first recorded 1580s; that of "pad of writing paper" in 1880.