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General Crossword Questions for “tableau”

  • Painting - spectacle
  • Picture of group or scene
  • Dramatic scene
  • Motionless figures representing a story
  • This arrangement puts gold on the counter
  • Frozen stage scene
  • Motionless group on stage
  • Picture obtained from charitable auction
  • Picture furniture embellished with gold
  • Propose a top class scene
  • Representation results in ban limiting mulled ale
  • Dramatic scene when, in Paris, the water is added to the bill
  • Story about Brideshead is a Universal picture
  • Propose gold to create dramatic scene
  • Scene, representation


  • An outdoor tableau vivant about gold mining in Paramaribo, 1892. The most recent hey-day of the tableau vivant was the 19th century with virtually nude tableaux vivants or "poses plastiques" providing a form of erotic entertainment. — “Tableau vivant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Tableau vivant, a motionless performance in theatre. Young tableau, a combinatorial object built on partition diagrams. Method of analytic tableaux (also semantic tableau), a technique of automated theorem proving in logic. Any of four paintings by Piet Mondrian titled Tableau I through Tableau IV. — “Tableau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • In mathematics, a Young tableau (pl.: tableaux) is a combinatorial object useful in A tableau is called semistandard, or column strict, if the entries. — “Young tableau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • Every reader of a sentimental turn (and we desire no other) must have been pleased with the tableau with which the last act of our little drama concluded; for what can be prettier than an image of Love on his knees before Beauty? — “Vanity Fair” by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Haidee's only reply was to direct her servant by a sign to withdraw the tapestried curtain that hung before the door of her boudoir, the framework of the opening thus made serving as a sort of border to the graceful tableau presented by the young girl's picturesque attitude and appearance. — “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas
  • The divining party again laid their heads together: apparently they could not agree about the word or syllable the scene illustrated. Colonel Dent, their spokesman, demanded "the tableau of the whole;" whereupon the curtain again descended. — “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte
  • There were Dejah Thoris, Sola, and Sarkoja, and as my fleeting glance swept over them a little tableau was presented which will stand graven in my memory to the day of my death. — “A Princess of Mars” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • The tableau all waned at last with the pallidness aloft; and once more the Pequod and every soul on her decks were wrapped in a pall. — “Moby-Dick” by Herman Melville
  • Everybody of course was concerned to satisfy this wish of Gwendolen's, and Rex proposed that they should wind up with a tableau in which the effect of her majesty would not be marred by any one's speech. This pleased her thoroughly, and the only question was the choice of the tableau. — “Daniel Deronda” by George Eliot


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