cachet cachet /ˈkæ ʃeɪ/
- (n) a seal on a letter
- (n) an indication of approved or superior status
- (n) a warrant formerly issued by a French king who could warrant imprisonment or death in a signed letter under his seal
- Even a copy of a Chanel could claim its cachet.
- These moves have helped Berlin's economy, but it's the cachet Wowereit's after.
- Buyers are willing to pony up, though, because of the cachet of the Apple brand.
- With the advent of nouvelle cuisine in the 1970s, frogs’ legs lost their cachet. But search hard enough, and you will find a lover of cuisses de grenouilles.on June 11, 2013 Source: New York Times
- The Electronic Entertainment Expo has served as the center of the video-game world, but E3, which begins this week in Los Angeles, is losing some cachet as it fails to attract the industry's new rising ...on June 10, 2013 Source: Theflyonthewall.com via Yahoo! Finance
- The Pliny Frenzy is about Cred, cachet, status, buzz, Cool Factor - whatever you want to call it, it's about the sizzle, not the steak.on June 8, 2013 Source: seattlepi.com
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- "Are you tracking the term `toe-tapper?' That's gotten more traction than `wide stance' so far," Barrett said. "They both have too much cachet. They're political, social, new, slangy and a little naughty."on Oct 10, 2007 By: Grant Barrett Source: Forbes
- "When I was a child I heard dozens of stories of Eusebio, who was injured but had to play a certain game because of the cachet of the match," recalled Mourinho. "Pele, too, was always involved in tense situations. But there is a limit - a...on Jul 21, 2007 By: Jose Mourinho Source: Goal.com
- "They no longer are much of a force. Nobody talks much about them. It is a historical remnant of their heyday that gives them any kind of cachet," said Frances Kissling, president of Catholics for Free Choice.on Oct 18, 2006 By: Frances Kissling Source: Christian Post