What are tabards?

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Noun
  1. plural of tabard
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Last Saturday's cordon succeeded, the 30-odd Real Ale Trailers toned down the raucousness when they approached the station and glimpsed the hi-vis tabards.
We might need a couple of people in reflective tabards for crossing the road and I have these in my car.
They could be identified by their green tabards, made for them by Grove Hill resident Blanche Hodgkins.
The teams, dressed in brightly coloured tabards, have become a common feature on the streets of Scotland's cities.
In some orders, robes or tabards of different colors are used to indicate the grade of the druid within the order.
They were highly visible due to their uniforms, which had white wimples and long tabards, which the nuns tucked into their belts when they rode their bikes and, later, mopeds.

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