chatelaine

[ shat-l-eyn; French shahtuh-len ]SEE DEFINITION OF chatelaine
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And there he left him to await the coming of the chatelaine.

Rhodes never could think of her as the chatelaine of those wide ranges.

He was still in a fog, but he saw a ray of hope; this was the Chatelaine, it seemed.

There was no stationery in the desk, but Mary had a pocket diary in her chatelaine bag.

His own face was in shadow and the chatelaine could not distinguish its features.

The man was patently the Puritan prisoner, the woman was the chatelaine of Harby.

But his hand moved and he found Miss Lymans chatelaine as she bent over him.

She took her note-book out of her chatelaine bag and handed it to Mrs. Boyce.

For the latter purpose it was subsequently supplanted by the chatelaine.

The chatelaine was perhaps the most characteristic of all eighteenth-century ornaments.

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