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tabby

1
a fabric with a watered pattern, esp silk or taffeta

tabby

2
1. (esp of cats) brindled with dark stripes or wavy markings on a lighter background
2. a tabby cat
3. any female domestic cat

tabby

A mixture of lime and water with shells, gravel, or stones; when dry, forms a mass as hard as rock; used as a building material.
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But you know yourself, Tabby, that this closet must have been plastered up before you came to the house, or I came into the world.
I have house room for you and Tabby, and a safe vault for the chest of treasure.
Sharon is a 6-year-old, tiny brown tabby that can get quite vocal when she wants attention.
This tabby and white moggy used up one of his when he was discovered to be stuck between two houses in Brays Road in Sheldon.
Putter and Tabby Hit the Slope" is an early chapter story for young readers ages 6 to 9 from the series of the same name.
Matt Wainright, a high school freshman, has been friends with his neighbor Tabby all his life.
HOLLYOAKS Channel 4 FORMER Dallas star Linda Gray made her UK soap debut this week when she turned up in Hollyoaks as Marnie's mother Tabby.
While the tabby sat in a window at Ecuador's embassy yesterday Mr Assange began giving a statement before a Swedish prosecutor over allegations he had sexually assaulted two women in the country six years ago.
Hollyoaks' restaurateur Tony Hutchinson fails to charm newcomer Tabby - played by Dallas legend Linda Gray.
As Tabby and Ricky absorb the news of Bobby's return and subsequent escape, Tabby is convinced he'll come home to the quiet Florida street from which he was taken so long ago.
And then there was the cat, an orange whip of a thing named Mortimer whom everyone called Tabby.
Orlando, Florida, my family had two toy poodles: Binky (male) and Tabby (female).