: an ornamental receptacle to hold and usually to conceal a flowerpot
Examples of cachepot in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebPlanters without holes, sometimes called cachepots, will require the addition of landscape rocks and charcoal horticultural soil for drainage or the use of a smaller, secondary interior pot that can be removed for watering.
Bonnie Mccarthy, Los Angeles Times, 13 Mar. 2020
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borrowed from French, literally "(it) hides (the) pot," from cache, 3rd singular present tense of cacher "to hide" + pot "container, jar, pot," going back to Old French, going back to Vulgar Latin *pott-, of uncertain origin — more at cache entry 1, pot entry 1