Did you by any chance mean cachet?
- n. One who caches.
“It is derived from the French word "cacher", to conceal, and originated among the early colonists of Canada and Louisiana; but the secret depository which it designates was in use among the aboriginals long before the intrusion of the white men.”
“It is derived from the French word "cacher", to conceal, and originated among the early colonists of”
“In the language of the Trappers this hiding of goods was called cacher or hidden treasure, being the French term for 'to hide.”
“We wished to pass their country without being seen; and it was our intention, when daylight appeared, to "cacher" among the rocks until the following night.”
“It was our design to reach this mountain, and "cacher" among the rocks, near a well-known spring, until our enemies should pass; but to effect this we would have to cross the war-trail, and our own tracks would betray us.”
“cacher" by a stream well known to several of them, and wait until warned to join us.”
“Par solidarité je publie aussi le lien vers ce journal qui cite dans sa page 10 la transaction immobilière qu'on veut cacher a tout prix.”
“Pour cacher mon fou-rire, je pars faire chauffer du lait; j'apporte le beurre et des tartines de pain tout juste grillé.”
“Expressions: un coup fourré = a stab in the back; an underhand trick une paix fourrée = false peace, mock peace se cacher dans les fourrés = to hide in the bushes”
“Les peines de la vérité il leur défendit de cacher”
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