chateau

[ sha-toh; French shah-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF chateau

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We will rebuild the Chateau d'Hautecoeur, and we will pass the rest of our lives there.

He was liberated after a week's imprisonment, but banished to his chateau at Verteuil.

It was understood, was it not, on September 15th, at the Chateau of Berneville?

The chateau is on fire; valuable objects may be saved from the flames by timely aid!

It came on briskly, and came up to the front of the chateau.

It portended that there was one stone face too many, up at the chateau.

They had reached the chateau in due time, and waited ready by the door.

We reached the avenue of the chateau, and were soon at the house.

The three chatterers then rose and went back to the chateau.

It became quite the fashion to go from Marly to his chateau.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1739, from French château, from Old French chastel (12c.), from Latin castellum "castle" (see castle (n.)).

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