chatelaine : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the mistress of a chateau or large country house
  • n  a chain formerly worn at the waist by women; for carrying a purse or bunch of keys etc.

  • These qualities are embodied by the chatelaine's niece, in whose veins "the fierce old blood of the chieftains" still flows, and a group of MacAskival clansmen, who have made no .
  • Beloved Princess Eudoxia of Bulgaria, sister and chatelaine of Bachelor Tsar Boris, was last week, the house guest at Balmoral, Scotland, of Their Britannic Majesties.
  • Mae is picked up by the story as the chatelaine of Noah Beery, a trusting old fellow who runs a cabaret and modest little white slave business.
News & Articles

  • La Chatelaine owner honors WWII veterans
    A collection of World War II veterans and their families turned out again recebtly at La Chatelaine's French Bakery and Bistro in Upper Arlington for the annual D-Day celebration and to toast their host for a recent recognition from his native government.
    June 18, 2013 - This Week German Village

  • Doris Anderson in Toronto Star
    During a 2006 interview with Shameless Magazine, Anderson said the things she was most proud of were "Firstly, having kids. Next it would be Chatelaine. That magazine and I were made for each other. It was floundering when I took over and it was...
  • Michele Landsberg in Toronto Star
    She set the feminist agenda in Canada through Chatelaine magazine,said Michele Landsberg, another former Star columnist who also worked for Anderson at Chatelaine.

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