jabot jabot


  • (n) a ruffle on the front of a woman's blouse or a man's shirt


  1. All Ruffled Up Yves Saint Laurent cotton and silk blouse with jabot, $5,695 ysl.
  2. The narrow, tremulous wraith appears in black velvet pants and jacket, a little lace jabot at her throat.
  3. In a long-sleeved red robe with a jabot of lace at the throat and a cloak with ermine neck piece, the Chief Justice of the special tribunal, velvety Pierre Caous, took his seat.


  1. Daniel sees Amber videotaping herself as she tries on her new "Marina" disguise and practices auditioning for the "Faces of Jabot" contest.
    on Dec 28, 2007 By: Daniel Source: Creators Syndicate

  2. "The bodice will have a high collar," Wagner writes, "with a lace jabot and ribbons; close-fitting sleeves; the dress trimmed with puffed flounces."
    on Mar 2, 2007 By: Richard Wagner Source: New York Times

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tacit tacit
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