Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A village of north-central France northeast of Tours. It is noted for its magnificent Renaissance château built by Francis I.

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Examples

  • This honey-citrus liqueur, made by Charles Jacquin et Cie in the mid-20th century, was a precursor to what we now know as Chambord (produced by the same company).

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  • For all this, however, and in spite of the fact that, as in some others of the châteaux of Touraine (always excepting the colossal Chambord, which is not in Touraine), there is less vastness than one had expected, the least hospitable aspect of Blois is abundantly impressive.

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  • The Bodum French Press coffee maker, namely the Chambord model by Bodum, provides a good method to accomplish this.

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  • Chambord: without it the drink will not be as beautiful as it is designed to be. gin (although some use vodka), the luscious black raspberry liqueur known as Chambord and pineapple juice.

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  • "Chambord," says he, "must be taken for what it is; for an attempt in which the architect sought to reconcile the methods of two opposite principles, to unite in one building the fortified castle of the

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  • After all companies such as KFC and Chambord have jumped into the game, and what do their products--fried chicken and liqueur--have to do with breast cancer awareness?

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  • But yes, it is yummy and goes best with a Chambord Margarita served in a mason jar!!

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  • I drank Adios Motherfuckers like someone who had heard that the state of California was about to announce Prohibition the next day, and then I moved on to Champagne and Chambord, Long Island Iced Teas and, when eating in Japanese restaurants, I downed sake after sake.

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  • One suggestion is opening luxury hotels in chateaux including Chambord in the central Loire Valley and Rambouillet outside Paris.

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  • I'm thinking of calling it a White Night, because it's a variant on the White Russian: cream, Chambord, and blueberry vodka.

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