Definition of "tabards" [tabards]

  • (noun) Plural form of tabard.
  • (noun) a sleeveless or short-sleeved jacket, esp one worn by a herald, bearing a coat of arms, or by a knight over his armour

Use "tabards" in a sentence

  • "Â Gamers also deserve a little something under the tree, and for those who play World of Warcraft, Alliance or Horde tabards might be just the gift."
  • "Note the number of apparent volunteer staff on the information desk and in the galleries, older men in the space display dressed in tabards that are a cross between Star Trek and hospital orderly."
  • "Odd, then, that only three years ago the Lib Dem home affairs spokesman Chris Huhne told parliament that "tabards with 'Community Payback' written on them" — one of the suggestions for the perp-shaming outerwear — were a "gimmick"."