cachet definition

  • noun:
    • A mark or quality, as of distinction, individuality, or authenticity: "Federal courts have a certain cachet which state courts lack” ( Christian Science Monitor).
    • A seal on a document, like a letter.
    • A commemorative design stamped on an envelope to mark a postal or philatelic occasion.
    • A motto creating section of a postal termination.
    • A kind of wafer capsule previously used by pharmacists for showing an unpleasant-tasting medicine.
    • A special feature or high quality.
    • A seal, at the time of a letter.
    • A seal, at the time of a letter.
    • A seal.
    • A distinguishing level or stamp.
    • In pharmacy, a hollow wafer containing medication in powder type.
    • a warrant formerly given by a French master whom could warrant imprisonment or death in a signed page under their seal
    • a seal on a letter
    • a sign of authorized or exceptional status

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