Synonyms for Tablet:

n.

slab, monument, plaque, tombstone, epitaph, slate, bridgeware, auxiliary device, plate, marker, A drive, base hardware, back end, headstone, AGP, ADC, stone, accelerator card, inscription, bus, accelerated graphics port. carbon paper, binder, acetate, card, paper, blotting paper, ream, clipboard, business card, carbon, blotter, correction fluid, folder, sheaf. anesthetic, dose, medicine, anabolic steroid, anticoagulant, antidote, amphetamine, anaesthetic, antacid, square, capsule, analgesic, antidepressant, antibiotic, cake. fibre, billow, fiber, block, knot, froth, cloud, hank, fog, foam. pebble, boulder, meteorite, flint, spar, scree, gravel, shingle, rock, pinnacle. encapsulated medicine (noun)
lozenge, medicine, cake, dose, capsule, pill, square.
list (noun)
detail, bill, table, collection, digest, summary, enumeration, blank-book, log, dictionary, novel, repertory, schedule, thesaurus, lexicon, invoice, ledger, list, recording, registry, Storybook, chronicle, record, logbook, inventory, waybill, diary, treasury, scroll, workbook, journal, history, scrapbook, catalog, pad, check, menu, store, total, count, sum, budget, account, score, index, book, tally, annals, roster, register, daybook, calendar, itemization, notebook, Bank book, census, album, roll, documentation, file, annual, manifest, statement, docket, yearbook, cash book, recount, tabulate.
sheaf of papers that are connected (noun)
notebook, pad, ream, folder, book.
tablet (noun)
pad, pad of paper, pill, lozenge.
troche (noun)
lozenge.

Other synonyms:

medicine, capsule, monument. plate
plaque.
Other relevant words:
inscription, medicine, blotter, slate, capsule, plate, ream, cake, square, slab, lozenge, dose, pad of paper, tombstone, folder, pill, marker, headstone, block, monument, stone, plaque, paper.

Usage examples for tablet

  1. When he wanted to write a letter he used to ask me for my tablet and an envelope. – The Hampstead Mystery by John R. Watson
  2. The Emperor held the wax tablet prepared by Aminonius at arm's length from his eyes and never parted his lips again till he had come to the end of the last hour of the night. – The Emperor, Part 2, Volume 9. by Georg Ebers
  3. Something there was beneath them- something like an immense and luminous tablet – The Metal Monster by A. Merritt