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tabinet (countable and uncountable, plural tabinets)

  1. A material made from wool and silk, used for curtains or clothes
    • 1914, James Joyce, The Dead (from Dubliners)
      His mother had worked for him as a birthday present a waistcoat of purple tabinet, with little foxes's heads upon it, lined with brown satin and having round mulberry buttons.