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Châteaux en Espagne. [Castles in Spain.]

A castle in the air; something that exists only in the imagination. In Spain there are no châteaux. (See Castle.)

Château. Many wines are named after the manor on which the grapes are grown: as Château Lafitte, Château La Tour, Château Margaux, Château Rose (and Bordeaux), Château Yquem (a white Bordeaux), etc.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Charon’s Toll [care-un]
Charter
Chartism
Charybdis [ch = k]
Chase (A)
Chase (A)
Chasidim and Zadikim
Chasseurs de Vincennes (French)
Chat
Chat de Beaugency (Le)
Châteaux en Espagne. [Castles in Spain.]
Chattelin’s
Chatterbox
Chatterhouse
Chatterpie
Chaucer of Painting (The)
Chauvin
Chawbacon (A)
Chawed up
Che sara, sara
Cheap as a Sardinian

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Châteaux en Espagne