[ sha-toh; French shah-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF châteaus
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Happily for you, my dear Maxime, you have reduced the number of your chateaus and estates.

Here he has his principal studs for breeding horses; but Eisenstadt outshone all the chateaus of this superb possessor.

They burn the chateaus of the nobles and hang their inmates at the lamp-posts.

In the time of the great war many poor people were shot because it was feared they would burn the chateaus.

For the first six miles, the road is varied by chateaus and villas, laid out in the stiff antiquated style of French gardening.

One can see church steeples peeping above woods, chateaus gleaming, and stretches of shining river.

Pictures in chateaus have been ripped up and houses generally have been pillaged.