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Oak Tambours

tamĀ·bour (tam?boor?)
n.
A drum or drummer.

A small wooden embroidery frame consisting of two concentric hoops between which fabric is stretched.
Embroidery made on such a frame.
A rolling front or top for a desk or table, consisting of narrow strips of wood glued to canvas.
Architecture. See drum.

v. tam?boured, tam?bour?ing, tam?bours
v. tr.
To do (embroidery) on a frame consisting of two concentric hoops.

v. intr.
To embroider at or on such a frame.

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