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Chamberlains

ˈtʃeɪm.bəl.ɪn

Meanings of Chamberlains:

noun

An officer who managed the household of a monarch or noble.

Usage examples:

In fact, a former chamberlain to the crown prince described the remarks as the equivalent to a decl…

Meanings of Chamberlet:

noun

In a foraminiferan: a minute chamber or subdivision of the test.

Meanings of Chambermaid:

noun

A woman who cleans bedrooms and bathrooms in a hotel.

Usage examples:

Women worked as hotel chambermaids, housekeepers, babysitters, factory and fast-food workers, and n…

Meanings of Chambermaids:

noun

A woman who cleans bedrooms and bathrooms in a hotel.

Usage examples:

Women worked as hotel chambermaids, housekeepers, babysitters, factory and fast-food workers, and n…

Chambers

ˈtʃeɪmbə

Meanings of Chambers:

noun

A large room used for formal or public events.

Usage examples:

A council chamber
verb

Place (a bullet) into the chamber of a gun.

Usage examples:

He chambered a fresh cartridge
plural noun

A judge’s private office, where the judge may have legal discussions with lawyers

Chambertin

ˈʃɒ̃bəːtã

Meanings of Chambertin:

noun

A dry red burgundy wine of high quality from gevrey chambertin in eastern france.

Usage examples:

He could be extravagant in his optimism: a wine from the native alexander grape he called equal to …

Meanings of Chambranle:

noun

An ornamental frame around the top and sides of a door, window, or fireplace.

Chambray

ˈʃambreɪ

Meanings of Chambray:

noun

A cloth with a white weft and a coloured warp.

Usage examples:

Other than the special sizing application, the greige fabrics are made of the same fibers, yarns an…

Meanings of Chambre:

adjective

(of red wine) at room temperature.

Usage examples:

The french believe that cabernet tastes best chambré

Chameleon

kəˈmiː.li.ən

Meanings of Chameleon:

noun

A small slow-moving old world lizard with a prehensile tail, long extensible tongue, protruding eyes that rotate independently, and a highly developed ability to change colour.

Usage examples:

We all understand the ability of the chameleon to change its colours to suit its environment.

Meanings of Chameleonlike:

adjective

Changing one's opinions, behaviour, or appearance according to the situation.

Usage examples:

With chameleon-like ease, they present the right image for the right audience

Chameleons

kəˈmiː.li.ən

Meanings of Chameleons:

noun

A small slow-moving old world lizard with a prehensile tail, long extensible tongue, protruding eyes that rotate independently, and a highly developed ability to change colour.

Usage examples:

We all understand the ability of the chameleon to change its colours to suit its environment.

Meanings of Chametz:

noun

Leaven or food mixed with leaven, prohibited during passover.

Usage examples:

For the few days of passover, chametz and matzah are antithetical.

Chamfer

ˈʃæm.fər

Meanings of Chamfer:

verb

(in carpentry) cut away (a right-angled edge or corner) to make a symmetrical sloping edge.

Usage examples:

A neat chamfered edge
noun

A symmetrical sloping surface at an edge or corner.

Usage examples:

There are unfortunate chamfers on the back corners of the plan to allow for rights of light of neig…

Chamfered

ˈtʃamfə

Meanings of Chamfered:

verb

(in carpentry) cut away (a right-angled edge or corner) to make a symmetrical sloping edge.

Usage examples:

A neat chamfered edge
noun

A symmetrical sloping surface at an edge or corner.

Usage examples:

There are unfortunate chamfers on the back corners of the plan to allow for rights of light of neig…

Chamfering

ˈtʃamfə

Meanings of Chamfering:

verb

(in carpentry) cut away (a right-angled edge or corner) to make a symmetrical sloping edge.

Usage examples:

A neat chamfered edge
noun

A symmetrical sloping surface at an edge or corner.

Usage examples:

There are unfortunate chamfers on the back corners of the plan to allow for rights of light of neig…

Meanings of Chamfers:

verb

(in carpentry) cut away (a right-angled edge or corner) to make a symmetrical sloping edge.

Usage examples:

A neat chamfered edge
noun

A symmetrical sloping surface at an edge or corner.

Usage examples:

There are unfortunate chamfers on the back corners of the plan to allow for rights of light of neig…

Chamise

ʃəˈmiːs

Meanings of Chamise:

noun

An evergreen shrub with small narrow leaves, common in the chaparral of california, us.

Usage examples:

At the higher elevations, manzanita is the abundant shrub, while midslope shrubs include chamise, c…

Chamises

(t)ʃəˈmiːz

Meanings of Chamises:

noun

An evergreen shrub with small narrow leaves, common in the chaparral of california, us.

Usage examples:

At the higher elevations, manzanita is the abundant shrub, while midslope shrubs include chamise, c…

Chamiso

(t)ʃəˈmiːz

Meanings of Chamiso:

noun

An evergreen shrub with small narrow leaves, common in the chaparral of california, us.

Usage examples:

At the higher elevations, manzanita is the abundant shrub, while midslope shrubs include chamise, c…

Chamisos

(t)ʃəˈmiːz

Meanings of Chamisos:

noun

An evergreen shrub with small narrow leaves, common in the chaparral of california, us.

Usage examples:

At the higher elevations, manzanita is the abundant shrub, while midslope shrubs include chamise, c…

Meanings of Chamois:

noun

An agile goat-antelope with short hooked horns, found in mountainous areas of europe from spain to the caucasus.

Usage examples:

Their digestive tract is adapted to break down fairly large bones such as the femur of the chamois,…

Chamomile

ˈkæm.ə.maɪl

Meanings of Chamomile:

noun

An aromatic european plant of the daisy family, with white and yellow flowers.

Usage examples:

The herbs chamomile, valerian, yarrow, nettle, comfrey and dandelion can help make a success of you…

Meanings of Chamorro:

noun

A member of the indigenous people of guam.

Usage examples:

Chamoru, the ancient language of the chamorros on guam, and english are both official languages in …

Champ

tʃæmp

Meanings of Champ:

verb

(of a horse) make a noisy biting or chewing action.

Usage examples:

The sound behind him of the horses champing and snorting and the carriage creaking propelled him re…
noun

A biting or chewing action.

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