- Then she righted the tabouret, sat down on it and began on me. - "The Window at the White Cat", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
- Whereupon the four seated themselves about a tabouret in the corner, and, a waiter immediately bringing them four fresh glasses from the bar, Mellin began to understand what Mr. Pedlow meant by " gittin' ready for dinner." - "His Own People", Booth Tarkington.
- Vittoria, thoroughly Italian in her habits, had withdrawn from this, and crouched on a little tabouret, leaning forward to rest her elbows on a chair in front of her, her chin propped upon her palms. - "The Genius", Margaret Horton Potter.