from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a chapter of a religious body, an order, or a society.
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This white rose of the Meuse was not so much as of a chapteral-house.
-- Then again there is the PUFFER AND CONDENSER, wherein, if matter be wanting in the work, a prefacial waggon is put before the chapteral pony, the former acting the part of pemican, or concentrated essence, the latter representing the liquid necessary for cooking it; the whole forming a _potage au lecteur_, known among professional men as "soldier's broth."
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