Examples of château in a Sentence
a gorgeous château on a hill
Recent Examples of château from the Web
The couple married a decade later in a multiday party at the Taillacs’ Gascony chateau, Luxeube, not 20 miles from where Mr. Touhami grew up.
The 57,000-square-foot, French chateau-style home currently belongs to British Formula 1 heiress Petra Ecclestone and her husband, billionaire businessman James Stunt, who purchased it for $85 million in the summer of 2011, according to W Magazine.
Move over, France — a French chateau in Jupiter is taking the spotlight with its elegant blend of old European style and more than ample modern bling.
After leaving the U.S. to live in Paris, where European sentiment to diversity was far more accepting, Baker bought a chateau.
The visit by Mr. Putin, at Mr. Macron’s invitation, was described as a working meeting timed to coincide with the opening of a show at the Grand Trianon, a chateau within the Versailles complex.
Petit Trianon Louis XVI’s father commissioned this chateau in the middle of Versailles as a place for part of his entourage to stay while visiting.
The lawsuit said Depp paid more than $75 million to buy and maintain 14 homes, including a French chateau and a chain of islands in the Bahamas.
One of the most famous of its hotels is the 1908 Empress Hotel, an Edwardian chateau set on the city’s inner harbor.
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Origin and Etymology of château
French, from Old French chastel, Latin castellum fortress
First Known Use: 1720See Words from the same year
CHÂTEAU Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of château for English Language Learners
: a castle or a large house especially in France
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