Examples of chalet in a Sentence
We stayed overnight at a ski chalet.
a mountain chalet for weekend getaways
Recent Examples of chalet from the Web
Eugenie's parents, the divorced Duke and Duchess of York, eventually bought a chalet there in 2015.
Most of the celebrities congregated in a chalet built by the Stronach Group, which owns Pimlico Race Course.
Altadena Junction marked the starting point for the 1893 Mount Lowe Railway, a nearly seven-mile ascent with hospitality stops that included resorts, chalets, hotels, a dance hall and casino.
Opened by the Great Northern Railroad in 1913, the lodge was inspired by Switzerland’s ski chalets.
In 1936, the Works Progress Administration commissioned murals on the chalet’s walls by the artist Lucien Labaudt.
Governor Larry Hogan, who wore a pink shirt and tan blazer combination, stayed on the top floor of the chalet, a VIP area.
The House of Switzerland tries to replicate Alpine life with outdoor fire pits and a cluster of small chalets.
Justify was installed as the 1-2 morning-line favorite for the $1.5 million, Grade 1 Preakness during Wednesday evening’s draw held at the Stronach Group chalet inside the Pimlico Race Course infield.
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CHALET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chalet for English Language Learners
: a type of house that has a steep roof that extends past the walls
: a small house often in a group of similar houses where people go for vacations
CHALET Defined for Kids
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