It is scarcely an exaggeration to say that some of the greatest events in European history have arisen in the quest of a tabouret.
Suddenly his eyes fell on a tabouret that stood near his bed.
Lady Vereker had quitted her place and had taken a seat upon a tabouret close to Esther.
Every daughter of the house must sooner or later take a tabouret at Court.
He stood up and with a formidable oath kicked over the tabouret, decanter and all.
The monarch pointed to a tabouret, but the peasant did not heed the invitation.
The man with the beard shot an admiring glance across the tabouret.
Then she righted the tabouret, sat down on it and began on me.
Her eye fell on the tabouret, and her little hand stretched toward it.
Oh, Lizzie, do you think I could buy that drum for my tabouret?