tabour

IPA: tˈeɪbɝ

noun

  • (music) Alternative spelling of tabor [A small drum.]

verb

  • Alternative spelling of tabor [(transitive) To make (a sound) with a tabor.]

Examples of "tabour" in Sentences

  • They touch heaven, tabour on it; how their talons sweep
  • On the tabour to the Worthies, and let them dance the hay.
  • Save thee, friend, and thy music: dost thou live by thy tabour?
  • They touch, they tabour on it, hover on it [; here, there hurled],
  • "You find me the tabour, and I will build your dam," Sapper grunted.
  • To "tabour," accordingly, is to beat with loud strokes, as men beat upon such an instrument.
  • The "tabour" or "tabor" was a musical instrument of the drum type which with the pipe formed the band of a country village.
  • The sound of pipe, tabour, and psaltery in melodious combination arose from the valley, and all hearts, save one, were happy.
  • "Although the major assures me that there is all the timber we will need on the site, I plan to use wire mesh for the construction of the abions and human tabour for the filling of the mesh 9 nets with stone and aggregate."
  • I have known when there was no music with him but the drum and the fife; and now had he rather hear the tabour and the pipe: I have known when he would have walked ten mile a-foot to see a good armour; and now will he lie ten nights awake, carving the fashion of a new doublet.

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