Cachet definitions

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The definition of a cachet is a stamp, seal or other sign saying that something is official or approved, or a mark showing that something is superior quality or prestigious.

An example of a cachet is a vacation request with "approved" stamped in ink.

An example of a cachet is the US President's official seal on a letter to Congress.

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A seal on a document, such as a letter.
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A kind of wafer capsule formerly used by pharmacists for presenting an unpleasant-tasting drug.
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A mark or quality, as of distinction, individuality, or authenticity.
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Great prestige or appeal.

A designer label with cachet.

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A commemorative design stamped on an envelope to mark a postal or philatelic event.
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A motto forming part of a postal cancellation.
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A seal or stamp on an official letter or document.
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Any sign of official approval.
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A commemorative design on an envelope that marks some historical or philatelic event.
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A little, round wafer enclosing a bad-tasting medicine.
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A mark or sign showing something is genuine, authentic, or of superior quality.
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Distinction; prestige.
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To print a cachet on (an envelope)
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A kind of wafer capsule formerly used by pharmacists for presenting an unpleasant-tasting drug.
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(archaic) A seal, as of a letter.
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I remember when this diner was a quiet hangout, but lately it seems to be losing its cachet.

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(philately): A commemorative stamped design or inscription on an envelope, other than a cancellation or pre-printed postage.
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A sealed envelope containing an item whose price is being negotiated.
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A capsule containing a pharmaceutical preparation.
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A hidden location from which one can observe birds while remaining unseen.
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Origin of cachet

Borrowing from French cachet, first appearing in Scottish English, from 1630.