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  • n. Plural form of cachepot.

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Examples

  • LOWELL: Things like this import cachepots, jardinieres like this balanced with rustic cape plates, and then these throw pillows that add a lot of glitz and glamour against her very conventional sofas will give that a very traditional but dramatic look.

    CNN Transcript Mar 7, 2005

  • I like it all, from aged terra-cotta pots to cast-iron planters to brightly colored cachepots.

    The Seattle Times

  • Seagrass forgives pet stains better than sisal, a 60-inch round table seats 12 with an extra leaf, cachepots with 4- to 10-inch openings will hold most standard plastic plants.

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  • When it comes to planters, I love it all, from simple aged terra-cotta pots to gorgeous cachepots made of fine china.

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  • One Thanksgiving, I placed white pottery urns and cachepots down the table's center, being sure to vary the heights to keep things interesting.

    Berks county news

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