Definition of 'chatelaine'
Example sentences containing 'chatelaine'
She might have been the hostess of a large country house, a chatelaine well accustomed to providing for unexpected guests.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)
Neil was glad to see her so buoyed by the French government's decision, the chatelaine of Saint-Esprit assured of her tenancy.RUSHING TO PARADISE (2001)
`Well, if she's going to become the chatelaine, couldn't she --?THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (2001)
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