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Free quarters for ho'se an' man, let alone victuals an' drink, but a day's pay on the table-board to boot, RAYMOND Smoke, 10.

Whom he valued so much for their companionable qualities, not only with hounds, but at ' table-board,' Mem.

1 Colloquially it is used in the sense of 'finishing' anything.

Her mither ware a tabbit mutch, SKINNER Poems (1809) 79, ed.

TAAR, TAAS, TAASTRIL, TAAT, TAATIE, see Tear, v.\ Tawsfe, Taistrel, Taut, v. The latchet of a shoe ; the piece of a shoe to which the buckle is fastened. [taeb.] A turf; dried roots and grass raked up and burnt ; cow-dung dried for burning. If I'd a tab of turf handy, I'd bring it at your mouth, you greasy cavalryman, ' Q.' Wandering Heath (1895) 21 ; Cor. Of a cat: striped, brindled ; a shortened form of ' tabby.' Sc.

TAAR, TAAS, TAASTRIL, TAAT, TAATIE, see Tear, v.\ Tawsfe, Taistrel, Taut, v. The latchet of a shoe ; the piece of a shoe to which the buckle is fastened. [taeb.] A turf; dried roots and grass raked up and burnt ; cow-dung dried for burning. If I'd a tab of turf handy, I'd bring it at your mouth, you greasy cavalryman, ' Q.' Wandering Heath (1895) 21 ; Cor. Of a cat: striped, brindled ; a shortened form of ' tabby.' Sc. Thou looks as if thou had been tabernacling out a month (C.