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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.
References in classic literature ?
"But this is all nonsense, Tabby! I don't believe the story."
"Hold your tongue, you silly old Tabby!" cried Peter in great wrath.
"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.
Tabby McTat Theatre Royal, Glasgow, Fri-Sat Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler'sTabby McTat is a heart-warming children's tale of friendship and loyalty, interwoven with original songs.
Blogger and booktuber Lucy Powrie introduces her characters in this fabulous series opener, with our hero Tabby, who isn't like everyone else, and she knows it.
Blogger and booktuber Lucy Powrie introduces her characters in this fabulous series opener, with our hero, Tabby, who isn't like everyone else, and she knows it.
TABBY McTat is a cat with the loudest of meows and a busker friend called Fred who plays the guitar.
NAME: Tabby APPEARANCE: See above SPECIAL SKILLS: Tabby was a stray who wandered into his people's living room one day and simply made himself at home.
* Cedric is a 3-year-old, longhair, white cat with brown tabby. You won't find a more mellow cat, taking a lot of naps, watching the birds feeding in the bushes and quite a talker with people.
You may know it as Tabby's Star, or the "Alien Megastructure Star." It's entered another record-setting dimming cycle of unknown cause.