châteaux

[ sha-toh; French shah-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF châteaux
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHÂTEAUX

Chateaux have been going up in smoke during the last fortnight.

France is summed up to him in Paris and in the chateaux of outlying districts.

If we could defeat them, we should save your chateaux and farms from fire and ruin.

I have seen no chateaux or anything of that sort about here.

Many and many a time she had read descriptions of French chateaux—ah, that was it!

Two chateaux which began to burn are saved by the National Guard.

Some were burned in their chateaux, or massacred in the streets.

Mountains and water, chateaux and shallops, vineyards and verdure, could do no more.

It is in panels from French chateaux, covered with Gobelin tapestry.

They were on related subjects pertaining to the French chateaux.